disintegrant

disintegrant

 [dis-in´tĕ-grant]
an agent used in pharmaceutical preparation of tablets, which causes them to disintegrate and release their medicinal substances on contact with moisture.

disintegrant

/dis·in·te·grant/ (dis-in´tĭ-grant) an agent used in pharmaceutical preparation of tablets, which causes them to disintegrate and release their medicinal substances on contact with moisture.

disintegrant

an agent used in pharmaceutical preparation of tablets, which causes them to disintegrate and release their medicinal substances on contact with moisture.

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Increased swelling power is indicative of the suitability of such starch for use as a disintegrant in the pharmaceutical industry.
Sometimes, morphologically distinctive pill components such as the disintegrant polymer crospovidone (blue) may be present, producing a deeply basophilic corallike particle.
Noviant has extended its Nymcel[R] disintegrant range with the addition of Nymcel ZSX-W, generically known as croscarmellose sodium.
Fonio starch has good disintegrant and binding properties [3, 4], and possesses good glidant properties [5].
The perforated surface enables free ingress of water beneath the sample and dispersion of the disintegrant.
PanExcea MHC300G is a homogeneous particle that serves as a filler, binder and disintegrant for immediate release applications.
Historically, formulations in the development of new drug products contained native corn starch, which was used as both a binder and a disintegrant.
Wayne, NJ Tel: (973) 628-3610 Fax: (973) 872-1583, (973) 628-3999 Disintex-200; Disintex-600 Description: cellulose polyvinyl polypyrrolidone blends Applications: Disintex 200-dishwashing and household cleaning tablets; Disintex 600-laundry detergent tablets Use levels: 2-6% Comments: Safe and cost-effective tablet disintegrant blends optimized for dishwashing, household and laundry tablets.
One of the judges commented about the nomination: The product is actuallyvery good and delivers for both direct compression applications and as a disintegrant, which is good news, and offers a real alternative to cellulose combinations.
The high-functionality formulation typically requires less binder, lubricant and disintegrant, and eliminates the need for conventional binders, glidants, and other support ingredients.
KG, Krefeld, Germany, have patented a compacted disintegrant granulate for tablets that contain a water-insoluble cellulose that swells in water, at least one polymeric binder of a polymer or copolymer of methacrylic acid and/or salts and at least one liquid surfactant.