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  1. Formulation development and invitro evaluation of lamotrigine fast dissolving tablets Download Article

    Amit kumar Tiwari, Pawan kumar bhattu, U.Mounika
    • Article Type: Research Article
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    • Pages (24-34)
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    The present study was to formulate and evaluate oral fast dissolving Oral tablet containing Lamotrigine. Present study reveals that all the nine formulated tablet showed satisfactory tablet parameters. It can be concluded that, Oral fast dissolving tablet -containing Lamotrigine can be prepared by direct compression method. 10% CCS (FV) tablet exhibited required disintegration time and dissolution time. The drug release was about 98.7 % in 15min. The accelerated stability studies of the optimized F5 formulation indicates that the formulated oral fast dissolving tablet were unaffected after 3 months storage under accelerated conditions as there were no signs of visually distinguishable changes in appearance, disintegration time and cumulative percentage of drug release. From the present investigation it can be concluded that oral fast dissolving tablet formulation can be a potential novel drug dosage form for pediatric, geriatric and also for general population.

  2. AN OVERVIEW ON NATURAL POLYMERS AS PHARMACEUTICAL EXCIPIENT Download Article

    M. Sowdhamini*, B. Sirisha, A.Pratyusha, V. UmaMaheswara Rao
    • Article Type: Review Article
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    • Pages (35-48)
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    The use of natural excipients to deliver the bioactive agents has been hampered by the synthetic materials. However advantages offered by these natural excipients are their being non-toxic, less expensive and freely available. Excipients are any component other than the active substances intentionally added to formulation of a dosage form Research in natural polymers has witnessed growing interest and attention. This is attributable to a number of factors which include their relative abundance, low cost, and biodegrable and eco-firendly profiles. Natural polymers are basically polysaccharides so they are biocompatible and without any side effects. This review discusses various natural polymers.

  3. Development of Suitable Pharmaceutical Dosage forms through Herbal Plant Extract Download Article

    Gadapa Sri Divya*, K. Geetha, V. Uma Maheshwar Rao
    • Article Type: Review Article
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    In recent years there is a spurt in the interest regarding survival of Ayurvedic forms of medication. In the global perspective, there is a shift towards the use of medicine of herbal origin, as the dangers and the shortcoming of modern medicine have started getting more apparent, majority of Ayurvedic formulation are prepared from herbs. It is the cardinal responsibility of the regulatory authorities to ensure that the consumers get the medication, which guaranteed the purity, safety, potency and efficacy. As a result of this Standardization arise for maintaining a good coordination among the quality of raw herb material, in process materials and in final product. Present study was carried out to standardize different types of formulations using pharmaceutical excepients.

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