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Title: Drug Release Profile of Aripiprazole Mouth Dissolving Polymeric Formulation
Authors: Parida, P
Tripathy, S P
Mishra, S C
Behera, Ajit
Keywords: MDT
Wet granulation
Direct compression
Issue Date: Mar-2012
Citation: Fourth Conference on Recent Advances in Polymer Technology, March 2-3, 2012, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon-425001 (M.S.)
Abstract: In the case of pediatrics & geriatric patients it was the opportunity which impacts highest component of compliance that the administration of mouth dissolving tablet (MDT) which were orally disintegrate & differentiated among the delivery systems. The alternative way to formulate conventional tablets design was to dissolve in the part of tongue. Dysphasia, motion sickness, repeated emesis and mental disorders like patients were not able to take medication easily through swallowing. In the recent decade much research were going on to investigate about mouth dissolving preparation which leads significance roles for patient dose satisfaction. MDT simply vanishes when placed in the mouth, so cannot be hidden in mouth by psychotic patients. Aripiprazole used as anti-psychotic drug therapy in the form of mouth dissolving tablet. This paper represents the biopolymers like Mannitol and Microcrystalline cellulose which were used as suitable excipient for taste masking. The investigation of drug release profile in the formulation of mouth dissolving tablet with manufacturing includes the use of direct compression & wet granulation processes. In this paper the Characteristic study of drug release through bio-polymers from MDT by taking different buffer preparations. It was obtained that Biopolymers like Mannitol and Microcrystalline Cellulose were used to improve dissolution property
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