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The Medicinal Uses of Cannabis and Cannabinoids

Edited by Geoffrey Guy, Executive Chairman, GW Pharmaceuticals, UK Brian Whittle, Scientific Director, GW Pharmaceuticals, UK Philip Robson, Medical Director, GW Pharmaceuticals, UK

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Fridrun Podczeck, Professor of Pharmaceutics, The Sunderland Pharmacy School, Sunderland University, UK Brian E Jones, Consultant, Shionogi Qualicaps SA, Spain

Previously published as Hard Capsules, this edition has been updated and expanded to cover all aspects of capsule technology. Subjects covered include history, standards, methods and equipment used in manufacture, filling, printing, weighing, cleaning and inspecting of both hard and soft capsules.
246 x 189 mm 288 pp Hardback 0 85369 568 7 2004

In recent years cannabis research has moved forward in considering its potential as a therapeutic substance, particularly in serious chronic illnesses such as multiple sclerosis. This title describes all the current research findings relating to the medicinal use of cannabis and cannabinoids, and reports the latest information on the pharmacology, formulation, safety and efficacy of cannabis as a therapeutic agent. An essential reference for pharmacists, pharmacologists, and all other healthcare professionals.
234 x 156 mm 512 pp Hardback 0 85369 517 2 2004

Pharmaceutical Excipients
Fifth edition
Edited by Raymond C Rowe, Paul J Sheskey and Sin C Owen

Transdermal and Topical Drug Delivery

From theory to clinical practice
Adrian Williams, Professor of Biophysical Pharmaceutics, University of Bradford, UK

Dictionary of Pharmacovigilance
Amer Alghabban, Senior International Clinical Quality Assurance Auditor, Novartis Pharma, Switzerland

The internationally acclaimed resource on pharmaceutical excipients

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This dictionary contains a comprehensive list of abbreviations, terms and phrases (in English) giving definitions of commonly (and rarely) encountered pharmacovigilance terms. Examples include: Absolute Risk Increase (ARI), Compounding Factor, Source Data Verification (SDV) and Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). The author has excellent knowledge of pharmacovigilance gained from working in industry and a regulatory authority.
234 x 156 mm 544 pp Hardback 0 85369 516 4 2004

Transdermal and Topical Drug Delivery is a comprehensive text that addresses all aspects of how to deliver drugs to the skin for local effects or across the skin for systemic therapy. Starting with a clear discussion of the principles underlying the area, the text expands into strategies used to deliver drugs effectively. An invaluable practical guide for the clinical delivery of drugs is included.
234 x 156 mm 256 pp Hardback 0 85369 489 3 2003

NEW for the Fifth edition

Completely revised and updated Now contains 300 excipient monographs 50 new excipient monographs including Agar, Boric Acid, Erythritol, Inulin and Lauric Acid

Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology (JPP)

An international journal of pharmaceutical science
Edited by David Jones, School of Pharmacy, The Queens University, Belfast, UK Original research papers, critical reviews and communications published monthly on those sciences which contribute to the development and evaluation of medicinal substances. The journals core strengths are traditional pharmaceutics, pharmacology, phytomedicines and biopharmaceutics. JPP is also available online at www.pharmpress.com/jpp.
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There is absolutely no doubt that the Handbook of Pharmaceutical Excipients has become an indispensable volume on the shelf of every pharmaceutical library in existence and it needs to be on the personal bookshelf of just about every formulator I know.
Pharmaceutical Development and Technology, 2004

Edited by Peter Redfern, Professor of Pharmacology, Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, University of Bath, UK

NEW for the CD-ROM

Contains fully searchable text of 300 monographs 30 monographs new to this edition including Iron Oxides, Pectin and Thaumatin

This title considers the pharmaceutical and therapeutic implications associated with biological clocks, solely in relation to humans. Comprehensive discussion is given to specific time dependent diseases, and the drugs and new drug formulations that can be used as treatments. Ideal for non-chronobiologists in pharmaceutical and medical sciences.
234 x 156 mm 448 pp Hardback 0 85369 488 5 2003

The Handbook of Pharmaceutical Excipients is an updated, comprehensive reference text that is essential to those in the development, production, and regulatory areas of the pharmaceutical industry.
Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy, 2004

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Handbook of Fifth Edition

Pharmaceutical Excipients
Edited by Raymond C Rowe, Senior Principal Scientist, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, Macclesfield, UK Paul J Sheskey, Technical Services Leader, The Dow Chemicals Company, Midland, MI, USA and Sin C Owen, Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, London, UK

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The Handbook of Pharmaceutical Excipients is a comprehensive guide to the uses, properties, and safety of pharmaceutical excipients and is an invaluable reference vital for those involved in the development, production, control or regulation of pharmaceutical preparations.
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The text of the Handbook of Pharmaceutical Excipients has been completely revised and updated. A total of 50 new excipient monographs have been included in the 5th edition. Many more excipients are included as related substances. New monographs include: Acetone Agar Aluminum Hydroxide Adjuvant Aluminum Oxide Aluminum Stearate Ammonium Alginate Boric Acid Calcium Alginate Cetylpyridinium Chloride Copovidone Dimethylacetamide Disodium Edetate Erythorbic Acid Erythritol Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Ethyl Lactate Hectorite Hydroxypropyl Starch Hypromellose Acetate Succinate Inulin Iron Oxides Isomalt Lactose Anhydrous Lactose Monohydrate Lactose Spray Dried Lauric Acid Leucine Linoleic Acid Macrogol 15 Hydroxystearate Myristic Acid Neohesperidin Dihydrochalcone Octyldodecanol Oleyl Alcohol Palmitic Acid Pectin Polycarbophil Poly(methylvinyl ether/maleic anhydride) Potassium Alginate 2-Pyrrolidone Raffinose Saponite Sodium Acetate Sodium Borate Sodium Hyaluronate Sodium Lactate Sodium Sulfite Sulfobutylether Beta-Cyclodextrin Thaumatin Thymol Zinc Acetate

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