Micro-photogrammetry as a tool for characterisation of dissolution behaviour of pharmaceutical dosage forms

Abstract

The aim of this project is to develop an innovative analytical technique for the 3D chemical mapping of pharmaceutical dosage forms, via simultaneous topographic characterisation and dissolution analysis of solid drug delivery systems. The developed apparatus was optimised using the results obtained from the application of micro-photogrammetry to the analysis of commercial solid drug delivery systems. Results of the application of the developed method on the dissolution of a sugarcoated tablet sample are here presented.

Keywords

co-amorphous, DSC, TGA HSM

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D'Angelo A. , Reading M. & Antonjievic M. D. (2018) “Micro-photogrammetry as a tool for characterisation of dissolution behaviour of pharmaceutical dosage forms”, British Journal of Pharmacy. 2(2). doi: https://doi.org/10.5920/bjpharm.2017.22

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Alessandra D'Angelo
Mike Reading

Milan D Antonjievic

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