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Formulation and Evaluation of Metformin Hydrochloride and Linagliptin Immediate Release Tablets

P. Ramya*, C.S. Parameswari, B.V. Ramana, G. Nagarajan Dr. K.V. Subba Reddy Institute of Pharmacy, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India-518218 A B S T R A C T The main objective of the work is to design and develop immediate release  tablets of Metformin Hydrochloride  and Linagliptin  in combination using different granulating agents and to perform suitable studies for the development ... Read More »

Formulation and Characterization of Bilayer Floating Tablets of Glipizide & Lisinopril

*Sheetal Buddhadev1, Raval Kashyap2, Dr. Sandip Buddhadev3  1Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceeutics, Noble Pharmacy College, Junagadh 2HOD, Department of QA, Noble Pharmacy College, Junagadh 3Associate Prof., Department of Dravyaguna, Government Ayurved College, Junagadh A B S T R A C T The purpose of the study is to prepare Bilayer floating tablets containing Glipizide as sustained release and Lisinopril as ... Read More »

Formulation and Evaluation of Glimepiride Fast Dissolving Tablet

Ashwini V*, Poojitha U, Surekha R, Geetha G, Srinath B  Raghavendra Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Ananthapuramu, AP, India. Abstract The objective of this work was to prepare Glimepiride (1mg) fast dissolving tablets by wet granulation method. Glimepiride was the drug of choice because of its low dose. The prepared Glimepiride FDT were found to have faster onset of ... Read More »

Formulation and Evaluation of Immediate Release Donepezil Tablets

Taj khan H*, Hindustan Abdul Ahad, Naresh G, Sreekanth K  PG Department of Pharmaceutics, Balaji college of pharmacy, Ananthapuramu-515 001, Andhra Pradesh, India Abstract The study was undertaken with an aim to develop an optimized formulation of anti-Alzheimer, Donepezil HCl by oral drug delivery. Preformulation studies were conducted to know the drug excipients compatibilities. Based on the results, suitable excipients ... Read More »

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