Capsules refer to inorganic or tightly sealed rigid arrangements in empty or soft tablets, particularly in hard tablets, soft tablets (capsules), sustained release tablets, controlled release tablets, and extracts from the solution. for oral administration. to be used with the.
Solid drugs (commonly referred to as tablets) refer to parenteral tablets in the form of single powders, capsules, small tablets, capsules, semi-tablets, or liquids formulated with appropriate pharmaceutical formulations prepared with suitable raw materials or grains.
Soft pharmaceuticals are the direct incorporation of a quantity of a liquid solvent or a direct introduction of a solid solvent into a soft solvent to prepare and seal a solution, suspension, emulsion or semi-solid in a timely manner. material. capsules. It can be fixed by dropping it or squeezing it. Soft tablets are usually made with gelatin, glycerin, or other suitable solvents, either alone or in combination with tablets.
A long-range drug is associated with slow-release solvents and is unstable at the designated source. Extended-release casings must be completed in long-term plans (Chapter 9013) and tested for removal (General Chapter 0931).
Controlled-release compounds are compounds that slowly and continuously release drugs from the designated release range. Control chemicals must cover drugs that are controlled free (General Chapter 9013) and under control (General Chapter 0931).
Coating capsules are hard capsules made up of capsules or fillers coated with capsules, or hard capsules or soft capsules made up of inner coatings. The cell membranes cannot be dissolved in the stomach, but dissolve in the intestinal fluid and secrete the solution. Unless otherwise noted, gastric emptying tablets must be completed for late-release products (General Chapter 9013) and tested for release (General Chapter 0931).