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Q: How can we increase the life of our tablet tooling?
Tooling is a significant investment, and to prolong and protect that investment, you need to maintain your tooling. Excessively worn or improperly maintained tools produce poor-quality tablets, creating a negative perception in the consumer. You can obtain the most use and the highest quality tablets from your tooling if you properly maintain your punches and dies.
Benefits of capsules over tablets for optimizing product performance and improving patient compliance
While tablets and capsules are both safe and viable dosage forms, capsules compare favorably to tablets in a number of ways, including cost savings and ease of manufacturing, control of highly potent APIs, ease of swallowing, attractiveness, and ease of use in combination products.
In Tablets & Capsules magazine
Excipient quality: Beyond the pharmacopeia monograph
Ensuring excipient quality requires extra-monograph testing and specifications, which should be agreed upon between the excipient end user and supplier. This article discusses how application of Quality-by-Design (QbD) principles can help to define such extra-monograph testing and specifications.
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