Suspension & Syrup in both dry and liquid forms
Suspension and syrup are important class of oral liquid pharmaceutical dosage forms that are widely prescribed for pediatric and older patients because they are easy to swallow,especially for those with swallowing difficulty or disorders. Also suspension and syrup are typically liquid products, there are many products are dispensed in dry powder or granule forms that are typically called porches or sachets. A typical dry form of oral liquid will require reconstitute into a liquid suspension or syrup before dispense by a pharmacist or before administration by a patient. Drugs in liquid forms typically face more challenges in physical and chemical stability issues compare to oral solids. It is also difficult in taste masking.
We have successfully developed several dry suspension products that are difficult to formulate and involve unique regulatory challenges in FDA registrations.