Cryptopharmaceuticals: Smart dosage forms

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by Natalja Genina, Associate professor, University of Copenhagen

The conventional manufacturing methods for pharmaceutical dosage forms have limitations in provision of personalized medicine in regard to patient-tailored dose, surface design, color, etc. Furthermore, the end-users have difficulties in identifying their own medicine. In addition, falsified medicines become more and more sophisticated.

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Designing compartmental pharmaceutical products based on 3D printing – Presented by Jukka Rantanen, Department of Pharmacy, University of Copenhagen

Jukka Rantanen

Designing compartmental pharmaceutical products based on 3D printing Presented by Jukka Rantanen, Department of Pharmacy, University of Copenhagen at The 3D Medicine & Pharmaceutical Printing Conference which will take place on  Feb 01, 2017 at MECC Maastricht in The Netherlands. Continue reading “Designing compartmental pharmaceutical products based on 3D printing – Presented by Jukka Rantanen, Department of Pharmacy, University of Copenhagen”