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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44472

A REVIEW ON DIFFERENT PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGYAND DOSAGE FORM USED IN TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION

PAWAN SINGH, VIJAY SHARMA, ALANKAR SHRIVASTV, PREVESH KUMAR, MUNISH MANI, NAVNEET VERMA

Abstract

Because of its durability and patient acceptability, the tablet is the most commonly used dosage form out of all those that are available. A coating plays a crucial role in the tablet's formulation because it influences aesthetic qualities like colour, texture, mouth feel, and taste masking. The goal of the current work is to provide an in-depth analysis of the formulation, characterization, and difficulties encountered when creating tablets in tablet dosage form. Tablets are the most frequently prescribed dosage form because they provide a convenient method of drug administration, ensure dosage uniformity from tablet to tablet, are stable over long periods of time and under various storage conditions, and can be made using high-speed compression, labelling, and packaging equipment. The goal is to improve acceptance and bioavailability through technological advancements and modifications to the basic compressed tablet. Many newer, more effective tablets have been developed to design a delivery system that is reasonably straightforward to administer. Osmotic pump systems operate in the same manner as other membrane-controlled release medication delivery systems. The medicine is contained in a water-soluble tablet core, which will solubilize or suspend the drug when exposed to water. Also advantageous is a multi-layer tablet dosage form, as opposed to the more common mono-layer tablet. Due to constant therapeutic levels of the drug, the gastro retentive dosage form in FDDS increases bioavailability, therapeutic efficacy, and permits a dose decrease. So, in this review article, we will examine the principles of tablets, their technology, and the different kinds of systems that are used with commercially accessible goods in a range of dosage forms.

Keywords

Dosage Form, Tablet, Excipients, Methodology manufacturing, Nanotechnology

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