|Title:||Oral sustained release pharmaceutical formulation and process|
|Abstract:||A pharmaceutical sustained release tablet or tablet layer is formed by making a wet granulation, using povidone (PVP) in water or alcohol-water as the granulating fluid which is mixed with a pharmaceutical active, hydroxyethyl cellulose, a wicking agent e.g. microcrystalline cellulose, then drying and milling the granulation and blending with dry powdered erosion promotor, e.g. pregelantinized starch, additional wicking agent, lubricant e.g. magnesium stearate and glidant e.g. silicon dioxide, and compressing the resultant granulation, which upon administration results in a slow release of the pharmaceutical active.|
|Inventor(s):||Radebaugh; Galen W. (Chester, NJ), Murtha; John L. (Holland, PA), Glinecke; Robert (Glenside, PA)|
|Assignee:||McNeil-PPC, Inc. (Milltown, NJ)|
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|Dosage form; Process; Composition; Formulation;|
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