ORAL DISINTEGRATING FILMS: A REVIEW ON RECENT PERSPECTIVE ON EFFECTIVE DRUG DELIVERY
B. Sai Chaitanya Reddy*, G. Sai Tejaswini, R. Uday Charan Reddy and P. Hyma
The confines of traditional techniques are being broken by modern formulation research. Active constituents can now be supplied with a level of achievement, bioavailability, and flexibility like before in the trade. By merit of their quick disintegration and ability to be administered without water or chewing, fast disintegrating or oral dissolving films (ODFs) is one unique strategy to strengthen user adoption. For the population who have trouble swallowing unit oral drug delivery forms, such as Tablets and Capsules, this unique style of delivery system offers simplicity. The ODFs frameworks are typically manufactured of hydrocolloids with biopolymers being underlined because they're hypoallergenic, compostable and exhibit qualities that are advantageous for this utilization. Buccal dissolving films are evaluated for their parameters like thickness, weight variation, moisture content and physical properties like folding endurance, disintegration and dissolution time. The review article describes numerous composition strategies and subsequent assessments when applied to the mouth-dissolving film preparations.
Keywords: Buccal dissolving films, Disintegration, Dissolution, Bioavailabilty.
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