Polymers in the Formulation and Characterization of Amlodipine Besylate Oral Mouth Dissolving Films

The purpose of whole was to plan spoken dissolving films and better the drug release of amlodipine besylate by the addition of synthetic and instinctive polymers. The spoken dissolving films drunk with Amlodipine besylate were apt by solvent rupture method employing hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose-3cps& 5cps, Blanose, methyl hydrogen and tamarind beginning polyose by adding appropriate plasticizer: PEG 400 and glycerin. The groomed spoken annulling films were evaluated for drug content, burden alternative, width, pH, closing lastingness, In vitro drug release and establishment. The evaluation limits of Amlodipine besylate were erect expected acceptable in conditions of drug content, thickness and pH. Comparison of the destruction descriptions of Amlodipine besylate spoken disappearing films in phosphate safeguard (pH 6.8). The release descriptions of films were resolved by using UV- Visible spectrophotometer at 239nm. The leading formulation AML 15 demise studies were Compared with clean drug and retailed expression. AML 15 showed the maximal drug release 100% in 10min, when distinguished to clean drug 88.2% in 30min and advertised AML 92.2% in 45min. demonstrated. Preformulation studies of amlodipine besylate like unity studies accompanying polymers using FTIR, DSC studies were achieved activity. The drug and polymers were erect expected compatible following each other. These results were powerfully submitted that the water dissolved polymers were appropriate for the formulation of uttered fast dissolving films of amlodipine besylate. Effective drug release was completed for amlodipine besylate in passing of readiness of spoken separating films by firm evaporation method.

Author(s) Details:

Pamula Reddy Bhavanam,
Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Nirmala College of Pharmacy, Atmakuru, Andhra Pradesh-522503, India.

Shaik Abdul Rahaman,
Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Nirmala College of Pharmacy, Atmakuru, Andhra Pradesh-522503, India.

M. Mohan Varma,
Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Shri Vishnu College of Pharmacy, Bhimavaram, Andhra Pradesh-534202, India.

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Keywords: Mouth dissolving films, AML, hydrophilic polymers, dissolution rate

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