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Saniocki I | Sakmann A | Leopold C
Direct Compression of Ibuprofen-containing Powder Blends / Influence of the ibuprofen grade on the flow and compaction properties of an ibuprofen tablet formulation · Saniocki I, Sakmann A, Leopold C · University of Hamburg, Department of Chemistry, Division of Pharmaceutical Technology, Hamburg, Germany
Compactability Deformation Behavior Flowability Heckel Plot Mean Particle Size Sticking Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal drug, which is widely used as an anti-inflammatory analgesic (NSAID). Solid oral dosage forms containing ibuprofen available on the market are tablets, granules, and soft gelatin capsules. Among these, tablets are the most frequently administered pharmaceutical dosage form, because tablets can easily be manufactured in large quantities, and they are easy to handle in terms of storage and distribution [ 1 ]. Further advantages over other dosage forms are the convenient way of administration to patients and the high stability of drug substances in dry formulations. ...