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A Short Review on Mouth Dissolving Tablets

@inproceedings{Harita2015ASR,
  title={A Short Review on Mouth Dissolving Tablets},
  author={B Harita},
  year={2015}
}
The main aim of floating drug delivery system is to develop a new dosage form which is convenient in administration and manufacturing, should free from side effects and should exhibit immediate release with better patient compliance and enhanced bioavailability. Tablets are the most widely accepted dosage forms in oral drug delivery system due to its numerous advantages. But beside the advantages there a few disadvantages like sudden exposure of allergies, mental disability, motion sickness… 
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