Surface tension examination of various liquid oral, nasal, and ophthalmic dosage forms

@inproceedings{Han2016SurfaceTE,
  title={Surface tension examination of various liquid oral, nasal, and ophthalmic dosage forms},
  author={Kimberly Han and Osakpolor E. Woghiren and Ronny Priefer},
  booktitle={Chemistry Central journal},
  year={2016}
}
Surface tension at the surface-to-air interface is a physico-chemical property of liquid pharmaceutical formulations that are often overlooked. To determine if a trend between surface tension and route of administration exists, a suite of oral, nasal, and ophthalmic drug formulations were analyzed. The surface tension at the surface-to-air interface of the oral formulations studied were in or above the range of the surface tension of gastric, duodenum, and jejunum fluids. The range of surface… CONTINUE READING
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