These involve salt formation, solid dispersion, cyclodextrin complexation, microemulsification, solubilization, micronization
and extrusion processing are physical methods used to change the physicochemical properties of dietary fiber.
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process is characterized by intensive milling in which the proportion of agglomerates is significantly reduced.
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It has been shown that such effects enhance the oral bioavailability of drugs and simplify the formulation, the drug micronization
, and the filling.
helps, but nanoparticles pose potential hazards, the extent of which has not been yet determined.
of lipoaspirates: Squeeze and emulsification techniques.
Modifying the physical properties of drug molecules can result in increased bioavailability: Co-crystallization is a technique for solubility enhancement; micronization
and nanonization both approach the issue of improving bioavailability by reducing drug particle size; and complexation can affect a given molecule's solubility and thus its bioavailability.
Numerous conventional and newly developed techniques are available to synthesized inhalable carrier particles such as micronization
and blending, spray-drying (SD), spray-freeze drying (SFD), freeze drying (FD), supercritical fluid (SCF), supercritical antisolvent (SAS), ultrasound assisted antisolvent (UAS), and most advance techniques like high-volume production methods, that is, electrospinning [11, 14].