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Oral Extended Release Drug Delivery System: A Promising Approach


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1 Lord Shiva College of Pharmacy, Sirsa, Haryana, India
2 Shri Baba Mastnath Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Asthal Bohr, Rohtak, Haryana, India
     

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Oral drug delivery is the most preferred route for the various drug molecules among all other routes of drug delivery, because ease of administration which lead to better patient compliance. So, oral extended release drug delivery system becomes a very promising approach for those drugs that are given orally but having the shorter half-life and high dosing frequency. Extended release drug delivery system which reduce the dosing frequency of certain drugs by releasing the drug slowly over an extended period of time. There are various physiochemical and biological properties which affect the extended release drug delivery system. This article providing the recent literature regarding development and design of extended release tablets.

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Extended Release, Extended Release Drug Delivery System, Half Life.
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Authors

Sunil Kumar
Lord Shiva College of Pharmacy, Sirsa, Haryana, India
Anil Kumar
Lord Shiva College of Pharmacy, Sirsa, Haryana, India
Vaibhav Gupta
Lord Shiva College of Pharmacy, Sirsa, Haryana, India
Kuldeep Malodia
Lord Shiva College of Pharmacy, Sirsa, Haryana, India
Pankaj Rakha
Shri Baba Mastnath Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Asthal Bohr, Rohtak, Haryana, India

Abstract


Oral drug delivery is the most preferred route for the various drug molecules among all other routes of drug delivery, because ease of administration which lead to better patient compliance. So, oral extended release drug delivery system becomes a very promising approach for those drugs that are given orally but having the shorter half-life and high dosing frequency. Extended release drug delivery system which reduce the dosing frequency of certain drugs by releasing the drug slowly over an extended period of time. There are various physiochemical and biological properties which affect the extended release drug delivery system. This article providing the recent literature regarding development and design of extended release tablets.

Keywords


Extended Release, Extended Release Drug Delivery System, Half Life.

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