The biggest difference between enteric-coated tablets and enteric-coated capsules is its dosage form.
The so-called enteric-coated capsules are made of a special medicinal polymer material in the capsule shell through special processing, which will not decompose in the gastric juice, but will only dissolve in the intestinal juice. Enteric-coated capsules must be dissolved in an alkaline solution in the intestine, and gastric acid is acidic, so the capsules will not dissolve in the stomach. Enteric-coated tablets are the same as enteric-coated capsules. They will not decompose in gastric juice, and can only be decomposed and absorbed in intestinal juice. Enteric-coated tablets are generally an enteric-coated capsule wrapped around an ordinary tablet.
The difference between enteric-coated tablets and enteric-coated capsules is that the dosage forms are different. The functions of enteric-coated tablets and enteric-coated capsules are the same, mainly in the intestinal tract. Because some drugs are more irritating to the stomach, they will cause damage to the gastric mucosa, but will not cause damage to the intestines. The other type acts directly on the intestinal tract. Therefore, this type of drug must be enteric-coated in order to achieve the characteristics and therapeutic effect of the drug.
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