Research Paper | Pharmaceutical Science | India | Volume 10 Issue 6, June 2021
Design and Identification of Microspheres: A Review
Niketa Yadav, Pallavi Tiwari
Abstract: Microparticle delivery system is accepted as are reliable. Mean to delivery the drug to the target site with specificity,. The drug should be delivered to specific target site at a rate and concentration that provides optimum therapeutic efficacy and reducing the side effect to minimum. Microspheres are empty spherical particles, the particle size is less than 200 mm. Microspheres are free flowing powder consisting of natural and synthetic polymers. They have the potential controlled release drug. Polymers are the most important things of pharmaceutical drug delivery. There are many kind of polymers which varying the properties available those days for use in different pharmaceutical applications. Polymers use in the preparation of microspheres is the synthetic and natural polymers. Synthetic polymers are acrolein, poly anhydrides, methyl meth acrylate, lactides, and glycosides. Natural polymers are albumin, gelatin, collagen, agarose, chitosan, carragenene. Microspheres are the free flowing powders consist of protein and synthetic polymers having a particle size ranging from 1 ? 1000 micrometer. Microspheres are prepared by several techniques but the choice of method depends upon the drug. The polymers used and duration of action required. The evaluation parameters of microspheres are micromeritic properties particle size and shape, swelling index, tapped density, drug loading efficiency. In coming days by combining numerous other sceniorio, we will find the microspheres in novel drug delivery. Specifically in disease cell sorting diagnostics, gene and genetic materials, safe targeted and effective in vivo delivery and supplements a tiny interpretation of diseased organ and tissue in the body. Keywords: Microencapsulation, novel drug delivery, synthetic and natural polymers, duration of action.
Keywords: Microencapsulation, novel drug delivery, synthetic and natural polymers, duration of action
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 6, June 2021,
Pages: 1651 - 1656
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Niketa Yadav, Pallavi Tiwari, "Design and Identification of Microspheres: A Review", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR21626155453, Volume 10 Issue 6, June 2021, 1651 - 1656
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