Über den Autor
Beverly Nickerson, Ph.D., is Associate Research Fellow in Analytical Development in Pfizer Global Research and Development, Pfizer Inc. Dr. Nickerson is well published in peer-reviewed journals, is author of several book chapters and has presented at various scientific meetings. She has extensive experience in early stage and late stage drug development.
Properties that Impact Sample Preparation and Extraction of Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms.- Sampling Considerations.- Agitation and Particle Size Reduction Techniques.- Liquid-Liquid and Solid-Phase Extraction Techniques.- Extraction Techniques Leveraging Elevated Temperature and Pressure.- Addressing Drug-Excipient Interactions.- Sample Preparation for Solid Oral Dosage Forms.- Sample Preparation for Select Non Solid Dosage Forms.- Post-Extraction Considerations.- Sample Preparation Method Validation.- Application of Quality by Design (QbD) Principles for Sample Preparation.- Automation and Sample Preparation.- A Systematic Approach for Investigating Aberrant Potency Values.- Green Chemistry Considerations for Sample Preparation.- No Sample Preparation
This book is intended to serve as a resource for analysts in developing and troubleshooting sample preparation methods. These are critical activities in providing accurate and reliable data throughout the lifecycle of a drug product.
This book is divided into four parts:
. Part One covers dosage form and diluent properties that impact sample preparation of pharmaceutical dosage forms and the importance of sampling considerations in generating data representative of the drug product batch.
. Part Two reviews specific sample preparation techniques typically used with pharmaceutical dosage forms.
. Part Three discusses sample preparation method development for different types of dosage forms including addressing drug excipient interactions and post extraction considerations, as well as method validation and applying Quality by Design (QbD) principles to sample preparation methods.
. Part Four examines additional topics in sample preparation including automation, investigating aberrant potency results, green chemistry considerations for sample preparation and the ideal case where no sample preparation is required for sample analysis.
Volume focused entirely on sample preparation and extraction of pharmaceutical dosage forms
A valuable resource in developing and troubleshooting sample preparation methods for drug products at all stages in the lifecycle of a drug product
Presents multiple examples and case studies to highlight various potential issues and solutions