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Saccharin 50 Salbutamol 243 Salicylates 48, 277

Salicylazosulphapyridine. See sulphasalazine Salicylic acid 130, 135, 136 Saliva 42, 60 Salivary glands

Parotid 41 Sublingual 42 Submaxillary 41 Salivary secretion 41 SCFA See short-chain fatty acids Sclera 251, 252

Drug penetration 259 Scleroderma 70 Sebaceous glands 185 Sebum 185 Secretin 113, 148 Sennosides 165 Sephadex 213 Serotonin 113 Sheep 216 Shellac 66

Short-chain fatty acids 156 Sialase 147 Sialic acid 7, 202 Silicones 24

Elastomers 278 Oil 279

Single photon emission computed tomography 237 Singulair 244 Sinusitis 205, 214 Sjögrens syndrome 206 Skatole 153 Skene's glands 275 Skin 182

Absorption 186 Age 188 Disease 189

Factors affecting absorption 188 Individual variation 188 Iontophoresis 192 Models 185 Occulsion 188 Penetration enhancers 191 Race 189 Site 188 Structure 182 Surface 185 Temperature 188 Vehicles and devices 189 Sleep 214

Slow-reacting substance of anaphylaxis 205 Small intestine

Anatomy and physiology 110 Circulation 113 Damage by drugs 136 Density 127 Epithelium 111, 112 Glands 116 Measuring transit 122 Motility 120 Morphology 110 Mucosa 110, 111 Pathophysiological effects 123 Permeability 129 pH 113, 129 Physiological effects 123 Secretions 116 Transit of dosage forms 124 Transit of food 123 Smallpox 28 Smartmist® 236 Sneezing 203, 208 Sodium alginate 126

azodisalicylate. See olsalazine caprate 210 cromoglycate 234 deoxycholate 48, 210 glycocholate 210 hyaluronate 263 ions 149 laurate 210 lauryl sulphate 48 taurocholate 210 valproate 170 Sodium-potassium exchange pump 149 Soft gelatin capsules 94 Solmin® 50

Solutions 210, 250, 256 Solvent drag 129 Somatostatin 113 Sonophoresis 194

Spacer devices 236 Span 232

Splenic flexure 144 Sponges 278

Spot desmosomes. See desmosomes

Spray formulations 210

Sprays

Eye 263 Squalane 183

Squamous cell metaplasia 213 Squamous cells 40

Squamous epithelia 7, 203, 225, 251 SRS-A. See slow-reacting substance of anaphylaxis Starch 213

Status epilepticus 169 Stem cells 113 Stensen's duct 41 Stercobilin 153 Steroid hydroxylases 202 Steroids 53, 244

Intranasal 214

Sterols 5 Stilboestrol 165 Stomach Stokes' law 239 Stomach

Age 85

Anatomy and physiology 76-108 Antrum 76 Blood 79 Body 76

Carbohydrate 84

Circadian rhythm 84

Dispersion of dose forms 94

Functions 76

Gender 85

Glands 79

Motility 85, 86, 89

Mucosa 77

Mucus 77

Nerve supply 79

Protein 84

Retention of dosage forms 98 Smoking 85 Stratum basale 274 Stratum compactum 274 Stratum corneum 183 Stratum germinativum 183 Stratum spongiosum 274 Stroma 252, 257 Substantia propria 252 Subclavian vein 23

Subcutaneous colloidal delivery systems 29 Subcutaneous delivery 28 Subcutaneous fat 184

Sublingual tablet 49 Substance P 148

Succinic dehydrogenase 202, 276 Succus entericus. See intestinal juice Sucrase 119 Sucrose 119 Sufentanil 210 Sulphotransferases 128 Sulphapyridine 163 Sulphasalazine 163, 165 Sulphomucins 147 Sulphur dioxide 207 Sumatriptan 210 Superioris alaeque 201 Suppocire AP 174 Suppositories 167, 171, 173, 278 Surfactants 48 Susadrin® 51

Suspensions 210, 250, 256 Sustained release intraocular devices 268 Swallowing. See also oesophagus: motility 68, 69

Difficulty 49 Swelling dose forms 100 Symphysis pubis 272

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