The use of Hot Melt Extrusion in the design of Single Dose and Fixed Dose Combinations

Matthew Wilson, G. P. Andrews, DS Jones

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Hot melt extrusion (HME) provides a viable option for the production of single dose and fixed dose combinations (FDC’S). This research investigates the factors that influence drug release from multi-layered systems, namely, formulation content, layer thickness and drug loading and the impact they have upon the rate and extent of drug release.

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ConferenceAcademy of Pharmaceutical Sciences UK PharmSci 2013
Abbreviated titleAPS
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityEdinburgh
Period2/09/132/09/13
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Wilson, M., Andrews, G. P., & Jones, DS. (Accepted/In press). The use of Hot Melt Extrusion in the design of Single Dose and Fixed Dose Combinations. Abstract from Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences UK PharmSci 2013, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
Wilson, Matthew ; Andrews, G. P. ; Jones, DS. / The use of Hot Melt Extrusion in the design of Single Dose and Fixed Dose Combinations. Abstract from Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences UK PharmSci 2013, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
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Wilson, M, Andrews, GP & Jones, DS 2013, 'The use of Hot Melt Extrusion in the design of Single Dose and Fixed Dose Combinations' Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences UK PharmSci 2013, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 2/09/13 - 2/09/13, .

The use of Hot Melt Extrusion in the design of Single Dose and Fixed Dose Combinations. / Wilson, Matthew; Andrews, G. P.; Jones, DS.

2013. Abstract from Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences UK PharmSci 2013, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

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Wilson M, Andrews GP, Jones DS. The use of Hot Melt Extrusion in the design of Single Dose and Fixed Dose Combinations. 2013. Abstract from Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences UK PharmSci 2013, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.