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HIGHLIGHTING CONCEPT OF FAST DISSOLVING TABLETS: A REVIEW

Surabhi Sinha, Vedant Kumar Prajapati*, Vivek Kumar Patel

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Despite its drawbacks, oral drug delivery continues to be the favoured method of drug delivery. Fast dissolving tablets have gained widespread recognition as an unique drug delivery mechanism for the treatment of a variety of ailments because they dissolve in the mouth without the need for extra water, allowing for convenient administration of active pharmaceutical ingredients. FDTs overcome the drawbacks of traditional dose forms, particularly dysphagia (swallowing difficulty) in juvenile and geriatric patients. FDT formulations offer the benefits of both traditional tablet and liquid dose forms. Spray drying, cotton candy process, sublimation, melt granulation, direct compression freezes drying/lyophilization, phase transition process, mass extrusion, and other technologies based on spray drying, cotton candy process, sublimation, melt granulation, direct compression freezes drying/lyophilization, phase transition process, mass extrusion, and other technologies have been developed for the manufacture of FDTs. This article provides a quick overview of the key benefits, desirable qualities, disintegration process, and development techniques for fast-dissolving tablets.

Keywords: Oral, Drug, Delivery, Techniques, Mechanism.


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