Review and critical analysis of available in vitro dissolution tests
Ansoborlo E, Henge-Napoli MH, Chazel V, Gibert R, Guilmette RA
Health Phys 1999 Dec;77(6):638-45
The procedures recommended in Publications 30 and 66 by ICRP for calculating radiation doses from inhaled or ingested radionuclides include classification of material on the basis of different parameters, among which transportability plays a major role, The allocation of transportable Classes or absorption Types should, whenever possible, be based on animal or human data. However, when such in vivo data are unavailable, it becomes appropriate to consider the use of other approaches, among which in vitro dissolution techniques are reasonable alternatives. This paper reviews and critically analyzes in vitro dissolution techniques that have been described historically and recommends methods shown to be useful in estimating the in vivo solubility of radioactive particles.