Research of the rheological properties of the gel based on sodium alginate for the local treatment of burns
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Gels are the most common dosage form for the local treatment of burns, which are safe and easy to use. Important gel parameters are rheological characteristics, such as shear stress, dynamic viscosity, mechanical stability that can predict the behavior of the environment in technological processes, and they are important for the creation of new and improved existing drugs.
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