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A Procedure for Tablet Production by Using the 3D Molding Technology and Powder Micromeritics Properties

Author(s):  Mady Omar

Issue:  May/Jun 2022 - Volume 26, Number 3
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Abstract:  The importance of personalized medicine cannot be denied. In order to meet the needs of patients requiring modified drug dosing and drug combinations, customization is integral. Among the dosage forms of importance is personalized tablets, and it is essential for compounding pharmacies to be able to provide the scientific and technological production of specific tablets. The objective of this article is to provide a general procedure for the production of personalized tablets by using 3D Mold. The drug mixing homogeneity with the filler could be achieved by using the ascending-order procedure. The 3D Mold technology is based on the micromeritics properties of powder and paste formation, an easy procedure that is reproducible and time saving.

Related Keywords: Omar Mady, Assistant Professor, personalized medicine, 3D molding, micromeritics properties, powders, tablets, filling volume, ascending order mixing, homogeneity

Related Categories: EXCIPIENTS, TECHNOLOGY, QUALITY CONTROL, DOSAGE FORMS/DRUG CARRIERS

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