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Micro-photogrammetry as a tool for characterization of the dissolution behaviour of pharmaceutical dosage forms

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      The aim of this project is to develop an innovative analytical technique for the 3D chemical mapping of pharmaceutical dosage forms, via simultaneous topographic characterisation and dissolution analysis of solid drug delivery systems. The developed apparatus was optimised using the results obtained from the application of micro-photogrammetry to the analysis of commercial solid drug delivery systems. Results of the application of the developed method on the dissolution of a sugar-coated tablet sample are here presented.

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          [a ]Faculty of Engineering and Science, University of Greenwich, Chatham Maritime, ME4 4TB, UK
          [b ]CYVERSA, 12 Stanmore Road, Thorpe St. Andrew, Norwich, NR7 0HB, UK
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          *Corresponding author. Tel.: +44 2083319841 Fax: +44 2083319805 E-mail: M.Antonijevic@
          British Journal of Pharmacy
          University of Huddersfield Press
          11 July 2018
          : 2
          : 2 , Proceedings of the 8 th APS International PharmSci 2017
          : S26-S28
          © 2017, Alessandra D’Angelo, Mike Reading, Milan D. Antonijevic

          This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY) 4.0


          Medicine, Pharmacology & Pharmaceutical medicine, Health & Social care

          HSM, TGA, Co-amorphous, DSC


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