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Acta Pharmaceutica

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Volume 57, Issue 4 (Dec 2007)

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Design and evaluation of sustained release bilayer tablets of propranolol hydrochloride

Chinam Patra
  • P. G. Department of Pharmaceutics, College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Berhampur-760002 Orissa, India
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/ Arethi Kumar
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/ Hemant Pandit
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Published Online: 2007-12-28 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/v10007-007-0038-0

Design and evaluation of sustained release bilayer tablets of propranolol hydrochloride

The objective of the present research was to develop a bilayer tablet of propranolol hydrochloride using superdisintegrant sodium starch glycolate for the fast release layer and water immiscible polymers such as ethylcellulose, Eudragit RLPO and Eudragit RSPO for the sustaining layer. In vitro dissolution studies were carried out in a USP 24 apparatus I. The formulations gave an initial burst effect to provide the loading dose of the drug followed by sustained release for 12 h from the sustaining layer of matrix embedded tablets. In vitro dissolution kinetics followed the Higuchi model via a non-Fickian diffusion controlled release mechanism after the initial burst release. FT-IR studies revealed that there was no interaction between the drug and polymers used in the study. Statistical analysis (ANOVA) showed no significant difference in the cumulative amount of drug release after 15 min, but significant difference (p < 0.05) in the amount of drug released after 12 h from optimized formulations was observed.

Razvoj i vrednovanje dvoslojnih tableta propranolol hidroklorida

U radu je opisan razvoj dvoslojnih tableta propranolol hidroklorida, koristeći superdezintegrator škrob glikolat natrij u sloju za brzo oslobađanje i polimere koji se ne miješaju s vodom (etilceluloza, Eudragit RLPO i Eudragit RSPO) u sloju za usporeno oslobađanje. In vitro oslobađanje praćeno je u USP aparatu I te je uočeno početno naglo oslobađanje ljekovite tvari iza kojeg slijedi polagano oslobađanje tijekom 12 sati. In vitro kinetika oslobađanja prati Higouchijev model, dok mehanizam kontroliranog oslobađanja ne slijedi Fickov zakon poslije početnog naglog oslobađanja. FT-IR studije ukazuju da nema interakcije između ljekovite tvari i polimera upotrebljenih u oblikovanju. Statistička analiza (ANOVA) nije pokazala značajne razlike u kumulativnoj količini oslobođenog lijeka iz optimiranih formulacija poslije 15 minuta, ali polije 12 h još se ta količina značajno razlikovala (p < 0.05).

Keywords: propranolol hydrochloride; bilayer tablets; sodium starch glycolate; water immiscible polymers; statistical analysis

Keywords: propranolol hidroklorid; dvoslojne tablete; škrob glikolat natrij; polimeri koji se ne miješaju s vodom; statistička analiza

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Published Online: 2007-12-28

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Citation Information: Acta Pharmaceutica, ISSN (Online) 1846-9558, ISSN (Print) 1330-0075, DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/v10007-007-0038-0.

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