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Organogel are semi- soild system in which a three - dimensional network of self assembled, interlaced gelator fibres immobilizers an organic liquid phase. Unfortunately, the toxicity of the selected organic solvents has impeded their usage as medication delivery methods in the past.

Although transdermal drug delivery systems (DDS) offer numerous benefits for patients including the avoidance of both gastric irritation and first pass metabolism effect, as well as improved patient compliance, only active ingredients. The hard gelatin capsules is the most versatile of all dosage forms capsule are soild dosage  contains two pieces as it consists of two pieces is small cylinders closed. The administration of liquid and soild drugs enclosed hard gelatin capsule one of the most frequent utilzed dosage forms.

The study investigates kneaf core drying uniformity in a tray dryer through computational fluid dynamics simulation. However the greatest draw back of the tray dryer is uneven drying because of poor air flow distribution in the drying chamber implementing the property design of tray dryer system may eliminate or reduce non uniformity of drying and increase dryer efficiency.


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Chinthakayala Meghana, & P Prathyusha Ande. (2023). Emerging Techniques In Drug Delivery Systems. International Journal of Research in Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapeutics, 12(4), 301-308. Retrieved from


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