Abstract: Suppository bases refer to substances that can be used to prepare suppositories. Suppository refers to a solid preparation made of medicine and a suitable matrix with a certain shape for intracavitary administration. Suppositories are solid at room temperature. After being inserted into the cavity, they can quickly soften and melt or dissolve in the secretion fluid at body temperature, and gradually release the drug to produce local or systemic effects. Summary: The commonly used bases for suppositories are divided into grease bases and water-soluble bases.References: https://www.formulationbio.com/products/suppository-bases.html
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