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- Modified-release dosage
- Oral Sustained Release Drug Delivery System Using Polymer Film Composites
- A Clinician's Guide to Oral Extended-Release Drug Delivery Systems in Epilepsy
Metrics details. Controlled drug delivery systems are an encouraging solution to some drug disadvantages such as reduced solubility, deprived biodistribution, tissue damage, fast breakdown of the drug, cytotoxicity, or side effects. Self-ordered nanoporous anodic alumina is an auspicious material for drug delivery due to its biocompatibility, stability, and controllable pore geometry. Its use in drug delivery applications has been explored in several fields, including therapeutic devices for bone and dental tissue engineering, coronary stent implants, and carriers for transplanted cells. In this work, we have created and analyzed a stimuli-responsive drug delivery system based on layer-by-layer pH-responsive polyelectrolyte and nanoporous anodic alumina.
Epilepsy is one of the most common chronic neurologic disorders that affects individuals of all ages. It is primarily managed with antiepileptic drugs AEDs , with the goal of maintaining complete seizure control combined with minimal or no adverse effects. Oral administration is the mainstay of AED delivery for patients with chronic epilepsy and consists essentially of immediate-release IR and modified-release delayed-release and extended-release [ER] dosage formulations. Extended-release formulations hydrophilic or hydrophobic matrix systems, reservoir systems, and osmotic-release systems release a drug in a controlled manner during an extended period of time following administration. Extended-release formulations have many advantages compared with IR formulations, including simplification of dosing regimens, reduction in pill burden, and reduction in the peak-to-trough fluctuations in serum drug concentration that may be associated with a decreased risk of adverse effects and of seizures. These advantages have the potential to increase adherence to antiepileptic therapy, improve the quality of life of patients, and reduce health care costs. This article, which is intended as a practical guide for clinicians, reviews the properties of the different ER AED formulations currently available and discusses the advantages of ER over IR formulations.
Oral Sustained Release Drug Delivery System Using Polymer Film Composites
Polymers as Biomaterials pp Cite as. Of the several possible routes of introduction of sustained release medication into the body the oral administration of single dose medicinals is one of the simplest and safest since it does not pose a sterility problem and the risk of damage at the site of administration is minimal. Ordinarily, however, an oral sustained release SR formulation is subjected to frequently changing environments during transit through the gastro-intestinal tract as it passes from the strongly acidic to the weakly alkaline medium in the lower part of the small intestine. The variable absorbing surfaces over the length of the GI tract adds further constraint to the design of oral dosage forms. Moreover, the stomach emptying time varies from patient to patient. These factors combine to introduce considerable variability in the performance of oral SR systems.
In order to develop a controlled-release oral drug delivery system DDS which sustains the plasma acetaminophen AAP concentration for a certain period of time, microporous membrane-coated tablets were prepared and evaluated in vitro. Firstly, highly water-soluble core tablets of AAP were prepared with various formulations by wet granulation and compression technique. Then the core tablets were coated with polyvinylchloride PVC in which micronized sucrose particles were dispersed. Effect of formula compositions of core tablets and coating suspensions on the pharmaceutical characteristics such as drug release kinetics and membrane stability of the coated tablets was investigated in vitro. AAP was released from the coated tablets at a zero-order rate in a pH-independent manner.
A Clinician's Guide to Oral Extended-Release Drug Delivery Systems in Epilepsy
Difference between Sustained Release and Prolonged Release Tablets Both of these are delayed release tablets having different properties in their drug release timings but have considerable differences. Ankur Choudhary Print Question Forum 1 comment. The words sustained release and prolonged release can be used interchangeably because they mean the same thing. But the difference between sustained release tablets and prolonged release tablets is surely evident. Sustained release tablets are in a form of dosage where a drug is administered to a patient at a given or calculated rate with the aim of maintaining a certain concentration of the administered drug over a specific period of time into the patient's system while reducing possible side effects.
Controlled drug delivery is that type of system which release the medicaments from the dosage form at a predetermined specified rate for locally or systemically for a specified period of time. The main advantages of controlled drug delivery are — 1. Low amount of administered doses; 2. Less gastrointestinal side effects ; 3. Less dosing frequency; 4. The sustained release formulation is those which give slow but prolonged action.
Modified-release dosage is a mechanism that in contrast to immediate-release dosage delivers a drug with a delay after its administration delayed-release dosage or for a prolonged period of time extended-release [ER, XR, XL] dosage or to a specific target in the body targeted-release dosage. Sustained-release dosage forms are dosage forms designed to release liberate a drug at a predetermined rate in order to maintain a constant drug concentration for a specific period of time with minimum side effects. This can be achieved through a variety of formulations, including liposomes and drug-polymer conjugates an example being hydrogels. Sustained release's definition is more akin to a "controlled release" rather than "sustained". Extended-release dosage consists of either sustained-release SR or controlled-release CR dosage. SR maintains drug release over a sustained period but not at a constant rate. CR maintains drug release over a sustained period at a nearly constant rate.
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If your institution subscribes to this resource, and you don't have a MyAccess Profile, please contact your library's reference desk for information on how to gain access to this resource from off-campus. Please consult the latest official manual style if you have any questions regarding the format accuracy. Most conventional immediate release oral drug products, such as tablets and capsules, are formulated to release the active drug immediately after oral administration. In the formulation of conventional drug products, no deliberate effort is made to modify the drug release rate.
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