Tablets are solid dosage forms consisting of active ingredient(s) and suitable pharmaceutical excipients.
We are able to provide the various types of tablets in size, shape, weight, hardness, thickness, disintegration and dissolution characteristics, and in other aspects.
a. Compressed tablets
Compressed tablets represent a significant proportion of tablets that are clinically used to provide systemic administration of therapeutic agents either in an uncoated state (i.e., in their simplest form) or in a coated state.
Effervescent tablets are uncoated tablets that generally contain organic acids (such as tartaric or citric acid) and sodium bicarbonate in addition to the medicinal substance or API.
Chewable tablets are big sized tablets which are difficult to swallow and thus, are chewed within the buccal cavity prior to swallowing.