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IJDRT IJDRT International Journal of Drug Research and Technology (IJDRT) Register | Login Online Submission Bookmark This Site | Tell a Friend Welcome to International Journal of Drug Research and Technology (IJDRT) Sunday 4 December 2011, Good Evening! Archives/Previous Issue | Indexing/Abstrcting Home About Us Editorial Board Author Guidelines Submit Manuscript Current Issue E-Alert Feedback Contact Us Current Issue: PDF Available International Journal of Drug Research and Technology Vol.1, Issue-1; September-October 2011 Article [1] Vol.1, Issue-1; September-October 2011 Review Article A REVIEW ON EVALUATION AND FORMULATION OF FAST DISSOLVING TABLETS Ashok Kumar*, Varun Bhushan ,Manjeet Singh and Arti Chauhan , Dept of Biotechnology, Himachal Institute of Life Sciences Rampurghat Road, Paonta Sahib-173025, Himachal Pradesh, India ABSTRACT The concept of fast dissolving drug delivery system emerged from the desire to provide patient with conventional mean of taking their medication. Oral routes of drug administration have wide acceptance up to 50-60% of total dosage forms. Solid dosage forms are popular because of ease of administration, accurate dosage, self-medication, pain avoidance and most importantly the patient compliance. The most popular solid dosage forms are being tablets and capsules; one important drawback of this dosage forms for some patients, is the difficulty to swallow. The excipients that are currently used as well as those that are expected to be used for the future development of improved FDTs are described in the review paper. Keywords: Fast dissolving tablets, Dosage form, Formulation, Excipients. [ View Full PDF ] Article [2] Vol.1, Issue-1; September-October 2011 Review Article RECENT TRENDS IN HERBAL DRUGS - A REVIEW Bodhisattwa Maiti1*,Nagori B.P.2,Rambir Singh1,Pragati Kumar1and Nishant Upadhyay1 1Gyan Vihar School of Pharmacy, SGVU, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India 2 L. M. College of Science and Technology (Pharmacy), Sector-A, Shastri Nagar, Jodhpur, India ABSTRACT Herbal medicines make up a significant constituent of the tendency toward alternative medicine. Herbal medicine is becoming ever more popular in today’s world as people seek out natural remedies. Herbal medicines have been used since the dawn of civilization to maintain health and to treat various diseases. To compete with the growing pharmaceutical market, there is an importance to use and scientifically authenticate more medicinally useful herbal products. This article provides a general idea of herbal medicines and intended to explain the therapeutic effectiveness of various herbal medicines, adverse drug reactions, drug interactions, standardization and stability testing of herbal medicines, pharmacovigilance and regulatory status of herbal medicines. Keywords: Herbal drugs, Natural remedies, Pharmacovigilance, Standardization, Stability testing. [ View Full PDF ] Article [3] Vol.1, Issue-1; September-October 2011 Review Article HETEROCYCLIC CHEMISTRY OF BENZIMIDAZOLES AND POTENTIAL ACTIVITIES OF DERIVATIVES Ingle R.G.* and Magar D.D. H. R. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education
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International Journal of Drug Research and Technology (IJDRT) :: International Journal of Drug Research and Technology (IJDRT).Pharmaceutical Science (Pharmacy),Medical Science,Bio-Science,Medicinal Chemistry,Computational Chemistry and Molecular Drug Design, Drug Synthesis, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacology and Toxicology,Pharmaceutical Technology,Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry,Natural products, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacy Practice, Biopharmaceutics, Pharmacokinetics etc.
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