Suppository Solid Provision Technology

Authors

  • Samuel Iwobi Department of Chemistry, Collage of Science and Technology, Covenant University, Nigeria

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v1i1.10

Keywords:

Suppository, Melting, Oleum

Abstract

Suppository can be used for systemic effects in conditions where oral drug preparations will not be resistant or absorbed rapidly. Once inserted the base suppository melts, softens or dissolves causing the underlying medicinal substance to enter the tissues of the area. In the manufacture of suppositories, there is a term known as the exchange rate for making oleum cacao based. Therefore, weighing should not be carried out one by one, but the exchange rate of active substances is calculated to find the required oleum cacao. The advantage of weighing the ingredients is to provide the suppository period at the time of printing.

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Published

2020-08-30