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  1. Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms By S.Bohlooli, PhD School of Medicine, Ardabil University of Medical Sciences

  2. Oral Tablets Capsules Solutions Syrups Elixirs Suspensions Magmas Gels Powders Sublingual Tablets Troches and Lozenges Parenteral Solutions Suspensions Conjunctival Contact lens inserts Ointments Dosage Form/ Drug Delivery System by route of administration

  3. Epicutaneous / transdermal Ointments Creams Infusion pumps Pastes Plasters Powders Aerosols Lotions Transdermal patches, discs, solutions Intraocular/ intraaural Solutions Suspensions Intranasal Solutions Sprays Inhalers Ointments Intrarespiratory Aerosols Dosage Form/ Drug Delivery System by route of administration

  4. Vaginal Solutions Ointments Emulsion foams Gels Tablets Inserts, suppositories, sponges Rectal Solutions Ointments Suppositories Urethral Solutions suppositories Dosage Form/ Drug Delivery System by route of administration

  5. Solid Dosage Forms Powders and Granules Capsules and Tablets

  6. Powders and Granules • Powders • Blending Powders • Medicated Powders • Aerosolized Powders • Granules • Effervescent

  7. Capsules • Hard Gelatin Capsules • Soft Gelatin Capsules

  8. Hard Gelatin Capsules

  9. Compressed tablets (C.T.) Multiple Compressed tablets (M.C.T.) Sugar-Coated Tablets (S.C.T.) Film Coated Tablets (F.C.T) Gelatin Coated Tablets Enteric Coated Tablets (E.C.T.) Buccal or Sublingual Tablets Chewable Tablets Effervescent Tablets Molded Tablets Immediate release Tablets (I.R.) Instant Disintegrating /Dissolving Tablets Extended release Tablets (E.R.) Vaginal Tablets Tablets

  10. Compressed Tablets contains: • Medicinal agent • Diluents or filler • Binders or adhesives • Disintergrants • Lubricants • Miscellaneous adjuncts • Colorants and flavorants

  11. Tablets Sugar-Coated Tablets Film Coated Tablets Multiple Compressed tablets Compressed tablets Enteric Coated Tablets Gelatin Coated Tablets

  12. Modified Release Extended Release Delayed Release Repeat action Targeted Release Terminology of extended release Sustained Release (SR) Sustained Action (SA) Prolonged Action (PA) Controlled Release (CR) Extended Release (ER) Timed Release (TR) Long Acting (LA) Modified-Release Dosage Forms and Drug Delivery Systems

  13. Modified-Release Dosage Forms Extended Release

  14. Example of oral control release capsule

  15. Nonoral Modified-Release Systems • Ocular • Parenteral Systems • Vaginal Inserts • Subdermal Implants

  16. Ocusert: Pilocarpine Modified Released System

  17. Example of Parenteral extended action products

  18. Example of vaginal extended release products

  19. Example of Subdermal extended release products

  20. Semi-Solid Dosage Forms Ointments Creams Gels Pastes Plasters

  21. Transdermal Drug Delivery Systems

  22. Example Of transdermal Drug delivery systems

  23. Pharmaceutical Inserts Suppositories Inserts

  24. Liquid Dosage forms Solutions Disperse systems

  25. Solutions • Oral Solutions • Otic Solutions • Ophthalmic Solutions • Topical Solutions • Spirits

  26. Oral Liquid Dosage Forms • Oral solutions • Syrups • Elixirs • Tinctures

  27. Example of Syrup • Antihistamine Syrup • Chlorpheniramine maleate 0.4g • Glycerin 25.0ml • Syrup base 83.0 ml • Sorbitol solution 283 ml • Sodium Bezoate 1.0 g • Alcohol 60.0 ml • Color and Flavor q.s. • Purified water to make 1000.0ml

  28. Example of Elixir • Theophylline Elixir • Theophylline 5.3 g • Citric acid 10.0 g • Liquid Glucose 44.0 g • Syrup 132 ml • Glycerin 50.0 ml • Sorbitol Solution 324.0 ml • Alcohol 200.0 ml • Saccharin Sodium 50 g • Lemon Oil 0.5 g • FDC Yellow No. 5 0.1 g • Purified water to make 1000.0 ml

  29. Disperse Systems • Suspensions • Emulsions • Aerosols

  30. Sterile Dosage Forms and Delivery Systems Parenterals Biologicals Ophthalmic solutions and suspensions

  31. Injection Types

  32. Automatic injection Medi-Jector:Needle Free

  33. Novel and Advanced Dosage Forms, Delivery Systems, and Devices Iontophoresis Phonophoresis Intravenous controllers and infusion pumps, lyposomes

  34. Iontophoresis

  35. Phonophoresis

  36. Intravenous controllers