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How could 3D printed tablets help to personalise doses for paediatric patients?

Written by | 15 Dec 2023

Three-dimensional (3D) printing is a method of creating a 3D object layer-by-layer using computer-created design. It has been used to produce personalised bone grafts and dental implants but… read more.

Can 3D tablet printing be translated into practice?

Written by | 14 Dec 2023

A randomised, cross-over study has demonstrated bioequivalence of the 3D printed tablets with one commercial formulation but there are still additional hurdles to overcome before 3D printing of… read more.

How semi-solid extrusion technology works in 3D tablet printing

Written by | 13 Dec 2023

Semi-solid extrusion (SSE) technology for tablets involves printing from a syringe filled with a gel or paste. Healthy volunteers felt that the resulting tablets were no different from… read more.

Why is 3D printing good for paediatric tablets?

Written by | 12 Dec 2023

Three-dimensional (3D) printing is a method of creating a 3D object layer-by-layer using computer-created design. It has been used to produce personalised bone grafts and dental implants but… read more.

MU scientist links epigenetic biomarkers to gastrointestinal issues for kids with autism

Written by | 1 Mar 2022

As a clinician at the University of Missouri Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders, David Beversdorf helps patients with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), many of whom may… read more.

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