Evaluation of cellulose II powders as a potential multifunctional excipient in tablet formulations.

@article{Medina2006EvaluationOC,
  title={Evaluation of cellulose II powders as a potential multifunctional excipient in tablet formulations.},
  author={Maria de la Luz Reus Medina and Vijay Kumar},
  journal={International journal of pharmaceutics},
  year={2006},
  volume={322 1-2},
  pages={31-5}
}
The use of UICEL-A/102 and UICEL-XL, the cellulose II powders, as a multifunctional direct compression excipient in the design of tablets containing hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ) or ibuprofen (IBU), the model low and high dose drugs, respectively, has been reported. Commercial Oretic and Advil tablets containing HCTZ and IBU, respectively, and tablets made using Avicel PH-102 - the most commonly and widely used commercial direct compression excipient, were used in the study for comparison purposes… CONTINUE READING
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