Pharmaceutical process engineering / Anthony J Hickey, David GandertonSeries: Drugs and the pharmaceutical sciences ; V. 195Publisher: New York : Informa healthcare, ©2010Edition: 2th. edDescription: xiv, 222 páginas : ilustraciones, tablas ; 23 cmContent type: texto Media type: no mediado Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9781420084757Subject(s): Biomédica | Ingenieria de la produccion | Tecnologia farmaceuticaDDC classification: 615.19
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Include index and bibliography.
Fluid flow. -- Heat transfer. -- Mass transfer. -- Powders. -- Air conditioning and humidification. -- Drying. -- Solidliquid extraction. -- Crystallization. -- Evaporation and distillation. -- Filtration. -- Size reduction and classification. -- Mixing. -- Solid dosage forms. -- Sterilization. -- Bioprocessing. -- Quality principles. -- Quality by design. -- Experimental design. -- Process analytical technology.
With step-by-step methods of drug production and knowledge of major unit operations and key concepts of pharmaceutical engineering, this guide will help to improve communication among the varied professionals working in the pharmaceutical industry. Key features: REVISION OF A BESTSELLER - Updates include recent advances in the field to keep pharmaceutical scientists and technologists up-to-date IDEAL INTRODUCTORY TEXT - Covers basic engineering principles, drug production, and development processes, so scientists can easily convert bulk pharmaceutical products into patient-ready dosage forms NEW INFORMATION - on quality principles that include quality by design; mathematical and statistical approaches to experimental design; computer aided design; and PAT (process analytical technology) keeps professionals at the forefront of their field COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE - Step-by-step methods of drug production, knowledge of major unit operations, and key concepts of pharmaceutical engineering will help to improve communication among the varied professionals working in the pharmaceutical industry.