2. Solid dosage forms
3. Solubility and solution properties of drugs
4. Drug stability
6. Emulsions, suspensions and other dispersed systems
8. Drug absorption and delivery
9. Paediatric and geriatric medicines
10. Physicochemical drug interactions and incompatibilities
11. Adverse events - the role of formulations and delivery systems
12. Peptides, proteins and monoclonal antibodies
13. Pharmaceutical nanotechnology
14. In vitro assessment of dosage forms
15. Generic medicines and biosimilars
A revision guide for students giving bullet points of basic information on physical pharmacy.
This text is derived from the textbook Physicochemical Principles of Pharmacy and is designed to be used alongside it for those revision periods when time is short. It includes key points, tips, self assessment questions/answers and memory maps to aid with revision.
"A clear summary of the basics, essential for the development of a strong foundation." Dr David Mountford, King's College London, June 2013. -- Dr David Mountford