Dispersible Tablets

Dispersible tablets are uncoated or film-coated tablets that need to be dispersed in water before administration, which forms a homogeneous type of dispersion. It is very difficult for children and elderly patients to swallow conventional tablets, dispersible tablets are beneficial routes of drug administration for them. Thus, they are regarded as the safest, most convenient and most economical method of drug delivery having the highest patient compliance. The advantages of dispersible tablets are that they combine the advantages of solid dosage forms and liquid dosage forms, which can be used for unstable drugs in liquid dosage forms, and provide rapid effects through rapid disintegration and bioavailability. In addition, they also can help maintain the stability of the drug in a solid dosage form and make it palatable, which can be easily used in pediatric and elderly patients, and those in the uncooperative state provided that the taste of the drug is masked with appropriate masking agents.

Dispersible TabletsFig.1 The composition of dispersible tablets.

Dispersible Tablets Services

The team of CD Formulation is leading experts in all aspects of pharmaceutical formulation development and dosage form optimization, we can accord the characteristics of the API and the development goals of the customers to design the formulation of dispersible tablets. CD Formulation can provide you with one-stop services to meet your needs of dispersible tablets.

Our Technological

  • Fusion method
  • Hot melt extrusion
  • Solvent evaporation method
  • Supercritical fluid methods
  • Melting solvent method
  • Lyophilization technique

The Process of Developing Dispersible Tablets

The preparation process of dispersible tablets is the same as that of ordinary tablets, but dispersible tablets have special quality requirements, they have their own characteristics or unique processes.

Dispersible Tablets

How to Contact Us?

If you have a requirement about dispersible tablets services, please contact us by phone or email, our colleagues will reply to you within three working days.


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  4. Charoo, Naseem A., et al. "Quality by Design Approach for Formulation Development: A Case Study of Dispersible Tablets." International Journal of Pharmaceutics 423.2 (2012): 167-178.
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