Nethra Chidambaram

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Statistical designs were used to study the effect of certain matrix formulation variables on the vitro release of a model compound, pseudoephedrine hydrochloride, from layered diffusional matrices designed for zero-order sustained release. These matrices consist of non-swellable, hydrophobic middle layers containing the active drug to which hydrophilic(More)
New layered matrix systems designed for zero-order sustained release are presented. The devices consist of a hydrophobic middle layer and press-coated hydrophillic and/or hydrophobic barrier layer(s). The systems overcome the inherent disadvantage of non-linear release associated with diffusion-controlled matrix devices by providing additional releasing(More)
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