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A term for the physical characteristics of a drug product—e.g., tablet, capsule or solution—which contains the drug substance and almost invariably other ingredients, such as excipient, fillers, flavours, preservatives, emulsifiers, etc.
While liquid drugs do not share the compression problems of solid dosage forms, the filling problems of powder dosage forms, or the consistency problems of semisolid dosage forms, they do have their own set of considerations in the formulation and manufacturing stages.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Pharmaceutical Contract Manufacturing in US$ Million by the following Dosage Forms: Injectables (Injections, Vials, and IV solutions), Solid Dosage Forms (Tablets and Capsules), and Liquid Dosage Forms (Syrups and Suspensions).
Gullapalli has had extensive experience in the development and manufacturing of a broad range of dosage forms including softgels, liquid-filled hard capsules, nanosuspensions, suspensions, solutions, and controlled release tablets and capsules for highly insoluble and soluble compounds.