Stability Chamber Helps Measure Shelf Life of Aspirin FormulationDecember 29th, 2011
There’s no need to describe the benefits of pharmaceuticals—drugs designed to improve human health, compensate for medical deficiencies, or ease pain and suffering. From the first formulation of buffered aspirin in 1853 (and its reformulation in 1899), drugs have played a large role in extending human life. But the lifetime of drugs themselves is always a concern. Measuring and extending the shelf life of drugs is aided with the use of a stability chamber, which maintains fixed environmental conditions. A recent example is the research of a team at Jamia Hamdard in New Delhi, who investigated the stability of aspirin with a couple different stabilizing agents.
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