記録された日時: July 26 2010

Duration: 27 minutes 42 seconds

Suspended drugs of the wrong shape - imagine long rods or needles - or not agglomerated to the right degree, can effect the bioavailability and overall efficacy of the API. Flow imaging provides a means measuring and optizing these parameters.
Table of contents
1. Suspension Drug Dosages Particle Characterization by Image Analysis
01:50
2. Suspension Drug Dosages – Particle Characterization by Image Analysis
00:31
3. Agenda:
00:33
4. Suspension Drugs
00:56
5. Traditional Measuring Techniques
02:03
6. Advantages of Image Analysis
01:50
7. Flow Particle Image Analysis with Sheath Flow
02:02
8. Image Archive – Antacid – 10um
01:39
9. API in Suspension Drug Dosage Before U/S Dispersion
00:47
10. API in Suspension Drug Dosage After U/S Dispersion
00:09
11. API, before U/S dispersion
00:55
12. API, after U/S dispersion
00:18
13. Key Morphological Parameters First Steps – Size Parameters: 1. Center of Mass 2. Major Axis 3. Area, Perimeter, Length, Width, Convex Hull, CEDiameter
02:03
14. Key Morphological Parameters
01:19
15. Key Morphological Parameters
01:14
16. Key Morphological Parameters
00:47
17. Key Morphological Parameters
00:46
18. Key Morphological Parameters
01:06
19. How to Gain from Shape Analysis
01:15
20. New Insights with Image Analysis
00:29
21. The Economic Advantages of Image Analysis
00:28
22. Sysmex FPIA 3000
00:26
23. Contact Information
04:16