ORAL CONTROLLED/SUSTAINED RELEASE SYSTEMS
See Chapter 9 in Ansel, et al.
Rate-controlled oral dosage forms are denoted by a variety of terms: e.g., "controlled-release", "sustained-release",
extended-release, "prolonged-release", "timed-relea
Thyroid: Physiology &
Read text chapter assigned for this lecture.
Access Medicine, Endocrine Physiology (Patricia
Molina), Chapter 4
Unit Learning Objectives:
Thyroid Physiology and Pathophysiology:
1.describe the anatomy of the thyroid
ADVANCED DRUG DELIVERY
A therapeutic systems approach to optimize the timing and location of drug delivery.
Rationale and Incentives for Advanced Drug Delivery
1. Benefits to the patient
a. Safety and Efficacy
2. Repatenting s
ADVANCED PARENTERAL DRUG DELIVERY
Advanced parenteral systems include several examples that can achieve temporal and/or spatial control of drug
TEMPORAL CONTROL of Parenteral Drug Delivery
A. Depot Injectables (SC or IM)
The goal is to inject a
Biotechnology - "the integrated use of biochemistry, microbiology, and engineering sciences, in order to achieve technological
application of the capabilities of microorganisms, cultured cells, and parts thereof"
Has a long hi
Exam ONE Study Guide
1. What are the differences between pili, fimbriae, cilia and flagella?
-Fimbriae are appendages composed of protein that are found on many bacteria. Fimbriae use adhesins to
adhere to one another and to adhere to animal cell
A unit-dose cartridge of dry powder composed of poly (glycolide-co-dl-lactide) microspheres,
containing minocycline hydrochloride
Tetracycline contained in a ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer fiber
The fibers are placed in a