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Inventi Rapid - NDDS

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: NDDS’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. The journal covers all the areas under novel drug delivery systems. It welcomes articles pertaining to nano drug delivery systems; gastroretensive system, colonic drug delivery, bioadhesive and mucoadhesive systems; nasopulmonary drug delivery; ocular delivery; transdermal delivery, implants and inserts; protein and peptide delivery; manufacturing, quality control and regulatory aspects of NDDS, etc.

  • FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF STOMACH SPECIFIC CHITOSAN BASED MUCOADHESIVE MICROSPHERES OF METOPROLOL TARTRATE BY SPRAY DRYING
    Kumarpalsinh M Zala*, Sandeep V Nathwani    Download Full Text

    The objective of this research work was to formulate and evaluate of stomach specific chitosan based mucoadhesive microspheres of metoprolol tartrate by spray drying. The main drawback of metoprolol tartrate conventional dosage formulation are short biological half-life, its selective absorption form upper part of gastrointestinal tract, frequent administration and low oral bioavailability. By pre...

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  • DESIGN AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HPMC MINI-TABLETS CAPSULE CONTAINING ATORVASTATIN
    Nikita K Chopda, Subhash V Deshmane*, Kailash R Biyani    Download Full Text

    Mini-tablets are a great alternative for pellets and granules, because of their relative ease of manufacturing and dosage forms of equal dimensions, weight with smooth regular surface can be produced in a reproducible and continuous way. The main objective of the study was to develop and to evaluate encapsulated mini-tablets systems, in order to achieve desired target product profile for extended ...

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  • OSMOTIC DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS: A REVIEW
    M Sowjanya, Ch Venkata Prasada Rao, P Srinivasa Babu, Pallavi K*    Download Full Text

    Generally oral drug delivery systems do distribute the drug with no exacting release pattern and reach the targeted system with less control effective concentration subsequently random plasma concentration. To overcome this difficulty a lot of study and improvement had done, which has involved into NDDS i.e. novel drug delivery system. It’s a huge system dealing with different release pattern li...

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  • SKIN AS A SITE FOR TOPICAL DRUG DELIVERY: A REVIEW
    Nilesh Zarekar*, Shubhangi Shelar, Gayatri Dusane    Download Full Text

    Topical therapy is a most suitable choice for the treatment of the skin infections. Topical therapy for skin infection is advantageous because the drugs are targeting to the site of infection and reduces the risk of systemic side effects. The effectiveness of that treatment is mainly depends on the permeation of drugs through the targeting layer of skin. The skin is composed of three layers: the e...

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  • FORMULATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ORAL FAST DISSOLVING STRIP OF ANTI-ASTHMATIC DRUG
    Ravikumar Ravasaheb Patil*    Download Full Text

    Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways characterized by an obstruction of airflow, which may be completely or partially reversed with or without specific therapy. Asthma attacks can be related to changes in atmospheric temperature, barometric pressure and the quality of air. In some patients, fungi, bacteria or parasites may be responsible for asthma condition. Asthma is having t...

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  • A REVIEW: TRANSDERMAL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM
    Gayatri Dusane, Nilesh Zarekar*, Nikita Borawake, Pooja Kadam    Download Full Text

    Transdermal drug delivery system having many advantages over the oral and other route of administration. It prevent hepatic first pass metabolism. This drug delivery system increases more patient compliance. It is a targeted and controlled drug delivery system. Some physiochemical and biological factors can affect the bioavailability of transdermal medicament. Nowadays, various recent technologies...

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