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Title: Formulation Evaluation Of Self Nanoemulsifying Drug Delivery Systems Of Poorly Water Soluble Antilipidemic Drugs
Researcher: Milan Dhirajlal Limbani
Guide(s): LD Patel
Keywords: Clinical Pre Clinical and Health,Pharmacology and Toxicology,Pharmacology and Pharmacy
Pharmaceutics
University: Gujarat Technological University
Completed Date: 21/05/2019
Abstract: quotIn silico prediction of drugs solubility in lipid vehicle remains a difficult task. In the research newlinework, some factors have been identified to be helpful in predicting drug solubility using newlineselected excipients. These factors included the solubility parameter (and#948;), HLB value, partition newlinecoefficient, relative molecular mass (MW), Dielectric constant (and#949;), dipole moment (and#956;), fatty newlineacid chain length and saponification value. To the best of our knowledge, no information is newlineavailable in the literature on the usefulness of solubility parameter, required HLB (RHLB), newlineand required chemical type of emulsifiers or solubilization capacity for solubilizing vehicles newlineas criterion for the selection of surfactant/cosurfactant in the formulation development of newlineSNEDDS using Fenofibrate or Atorvastatin Calcium. The present study showed the newlineimportance of selecting a surfactant with the proper HLB for specific oils, as well as the type newlineof surfactant/co-surfactant. The solubility parameter (and#948;) of Fenofibrate and Atorvastatin newlineCalcium are closest to the solubility parameter (and#948;) of Capmul MCM. Blend of better newlinesurfactant/co-surfactant was obtained when surfactant and co-surfactant at higher and lower newlineHLB level respectively were blended. The greater the difference between the hydrophilic and newlinelipophilic surfactants, the better the coverage by blends at the interface. The study showed the newlineimportance of the structural similarities between the lipophilic tails of the surfactant blends. newlineThe pseudo ternary phase diagrams for mixtures of Capmul MCM oil with non-ionic newlinesurfactant/co-surfactant and water were constructed. The micelles have potential applications, newlineadvantages, and usefulness in the pharmaceutical industry as SNEDDS by various routes of newlineadministration, as well as in cosmetics and personal care products. newlineTo the best of our knowledge, no information is available in the literature on the improvement newlineof Fenofibrate and Atorvastatin Calcium dissolution and bioavailability using mixture of newlineCapmul MCM oil, Cremophor RH 40 and Transcutol-P by SNED
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/244896
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