Capsule Disintegration Time Limit -Monday, September 2, 2019
The disintegration time limit is an important control indicator for tablets, capsules and dropping pills. The time limit for disintegration is generally checked by a disintegrator. According to the Chinese Pharmacopoeia, different capsules have different disintegration time limits.
WHO noted that countries are “lack of progress” in stopping curable sexually transmitted diseases and other sexually transmitted infections, and warned that if this problem is not addressed, these diseases will affect the health of adolescents, adults and unborn babies. Produce long-term adverse effects.
A “suicide capsule” was exhibited at a funeral exhibition in the Netherlands. When the user presses the button, the capsule will inject nitrogen and the inside will die. A doctor who invented the machine believed that people had the right to choose when to die and have been euthanasia for years.
According to the World Health Organization, two of the four drugs put into clinical trials in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have proven to be more effective. The WHO says the new development will "make experts closer to finding effective treatments for Ebola."
Pure hand-filled capsules are time-consuming and labor-intensive, so most people now use manual capsule fillers to make capsule products. For customers with large filling requirements (medical, nutrition industry), an automatic or semi-automatic capsule filling machine will be purchased to fill the capsules. However, these machines do not fully ensure that each capsule produced is intact.
If our microbial community in the body can provide dietary advice, keeping food and medicines in line with microbes to maintain our health, isn't that good? To achieve this goal, scientists need to better understand how food and microbes interact and how they affect the chemical composition of the intestines.
The loading volume of capsule pills or health care products will vary depending on factors such as the volume of the capsules and the filling process.
According to New Atlas, excessive or lack of certain types of intestinal bacteria is thought to be associated with various diseases such as depression, heart disease and childhood asthma. However, it may be difficult to non-invasively determine which microorganisms constitute the human "intestinal microbiome" - this is why the researchers decided to develop new 3D printed capsules.
The self-propelled tiny capsules remove the outer shell and transport the drug directly to the tumor cells. The role of these micro-robots was confirmed in the mouse intestines. Perhaps one day, they will become targeted treatments for cancer and reach some hard-to-reach areas of the body. Related results were published in Science-Robotics.
Conventional capsules are generally divided into two broad categories, hard capsules (for powder filling) and soft capsules (for filling oily oils, vitamins and other oily liquids). The liquid-filled hard capsule adopts a two-section structure and is made of gelatin or HPMC as a material for filling a liquid medicine.