Overview of Fast Dissolving Tablets
Oral drug delivery is the most convenient route when compared to other routes. Solid oral dosage forms like conventional tablets are having the problem of swallowing, chocking especially in children and old patients. FDTs are the first doctor or patient choice as it is easy to administer for all age group patients. As there is no requirement of water there is no risk of chocking and swallowing. Due to its advantages over conventional tablets and having more stability than liquid dosage forms these are preferred . Currently many researches are going on . FDTs are easily manufactured at low cost with enhanced dissolution are the new promising approach.
Keywords: Super disintegrants, Oral dissolving tablets, Direct compression.
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