By Gregory E. Hardee, J. Desmond Baggo
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1984). Neither the monensin nor the morantel tartrate sustainedrelease bolus is currently marketed in the United States because the stainlesssteel cylinders pose problems for the meatpacking industry. Tablet composition dictates the rate of drug delivery. , 1988). Steadystate concentrations are achieved in 14 days, and constant amounts of drug are released for up to 90 days (Baggot, 1988; Pope, 1985). The precision is 15 min over 93 days (Delatour, 1987). The maintenance of a relatively constant drug concentration in blood can reduce fluctuations in drug concentrations in tissues and at biological target sites, and thus may bring about a more uniform pharmacological response.
In selecting the type of capsule to be used, consideration must be given to the following: 1. Specialized equipment is required for this process (Stanley, 1970). 2. Vehicles that may be used fall into two categories: a. Waterimmiscible, volatile and nonvolatile, such as vegetable oils and mineral oils, aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbons, chlorinated hydrocarbons, ethers, esters, alcohols, ketones, fatty acids, etc. b. Watermiscible, nonvolatile, such as nonionic surfactants, polyethylene glycol, glycerol, and glycol esters.
Steadystate concentrations are achieved in 14 days, and constant amounts of drug are released for up to 90 days (Baggot, 1988; Pope, 1985). The precision is 15 min over 93 days (Delatour, 1987). The maintenance of a relatively constant drug concentration in blood can reduce fluctuations in drug concentrations in tissues and at biological target sites, and thus may bring about a more uniform pharmacological response. The incidence and intensity of side effects that might be caused by excessively high peak plasma concentrations resulting from the administration of conventional dosage forms may be reduced.
Development and formulation of veterinary dosage forms by Gregory E. Hardee, J. Desmond Baggo