3.6 Pharmaceutical Formulations

1. Pharmaceutical dosage form – Concept and Classification

2. Tablets

a. Formulation of different types of Tablets

b. Tablet Excipients

c. Granulation Techniques

d. Quality Control

e. Evaluation of Tablets

f. Tablet Coating

g. Type of Coating

h. Quality Control Tests for Coated Tablet

3. Capsules

a. Production and Filling of Hard Gelatin Capsules

b. Raw Material for Shell

c. Finishing

d. Quality Control Tests for Capsules

e. Production and Filling of Soft Gelatin Capsules

f. Quality Control Tests for Soft Gelatin Capsules

4. Liquid Orals:

a. Formulation and Evaluation of Suspensions

b. Formulation and Evaluation of Emulsions

c. Formulation and Evaluation of Solutions

d. Stability of These Preparations

5. Parenterals

a. Introduction

b. Containers used for Parenterals

c. Formulation of Large and Small Volume Parenterals

d. Sterilization

6. Ophthalmic Preparations

a. Introduction

b. Classification

c. Factors Affecting Absorption and Anatomy of Skin

d. Packaging Storage and Labelling

e. Ointments

i. Types of Ointment

ii. Base Preparation of Ointment

f. Jellies

i. Types of Jellies

ii. Formulation of Jellies Suppositories

iii. Method of preparation

iv. Types

v. Packaging

7. Definition and Concept of Controlled and Novel Drug Delivery Systems

a. Parentral

b. Trans dermal

c. Buccal

d. Rectal

e. Nasal

f. Implants

g. Ocular