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Self-Microemulsifying Drug Delivery System: Formulation and Study Intestinal Permeability of Ibuprofen in Rats.

Subudhi BB, Mandal S - J Pharm (Cairo) (2013)

Bottom Line: Results.Conclusion.Developed ISMEDDS would possibly be advantageous in terms of minimized side effect, increased bioavailability, and hence the patient compliance.

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Affiliation: Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, SOA University, Khandagiri Square, \ Bhubaneswar, Orissa 751030, India.

ABSTRACT
The study was aimed at developing a self-microemulsifying drug delivery system (SMEDDS) of Ibuprofen for investigating its intestinal transport behavior using the single-pass intestinal perfusion (SPIP) method in rat. Methods. Ibuprofen loaded SMEDDS (ISMEDDS) was developed and was characterized. The permeability behavior of Ibuprofen over three different concentrations (20, 30, and 40 µg/mL) was studied in each isolated region of rat intestine by SPIP method at a flow rate of 0.2 mL/min. The human intestinal permeability was predicted using the Lawrence compartment absorption and transit (CAT) model since effective permeability coefficients (P eff) values for rat are highly correlated with those of human, and comparative intestinal permeability of Ibuprofen was carried out with plain drug suspension (PDS) and marketed formulation (MF). Results. The developed ISMEDDS was stable, emulsified upon mild agitation with 44.4 nm ± 2.13 and 98.86% ± 1.21 as globule size and drug content, respectively. Higher P eff in colon with no significant P eff difference in jejunum, duodenum, and ileum was observed. The estimated human absorption of Ibuprofen for the SMEDDS was higher than that for PDS and MF (P < 0.01). Conclusion. Developed ISMEDDS would possibly be advantageous in terms of minimized side effect, increased bioavailability, and hence the patient compliance.

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Comparison of Peff of the SMEDDS, PDS, and MF in different intestinal segments (n = 4) at concentration of the Ibuprofen as 10 μg/mL.
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fig4: Comparison of Peff of the SMEDDS, PDS, and MF in different intestinal segments (n = 4) at concentration of the Ibuprofen as 10 μg/mL.

Mentions: Permeability values of Ibuprofen in ISMEDDS, PDS, and MF for each segment at 10 μg/mL were shown in Figure 4. Peff of ISMEDDS was significantly higher than PDS and MF in each segment (P < 0.01). Except for the duodenum (P < 0.05), Peff of microemulsion drug delivery system and MF in the jejunum, ileum, and colon did not all reach statistical difference (P > 0.05).


Self-Microemulsifying Drug Delivery System: Formulation and Study Intestinal Permeability of Ibuprofen in Rats.

Subudhi BB, Mandal S - J Pharm (Cairo) (2013)

Comparison of Peff of the SMEDDS, PDS, and MF in different intestinal segments (n = 4) at concentration of the Ibuprofen as 10 μg/mL.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig4: Comparison of Peff of the SMEDDS, PDS, and MF in different intestinal segments (n = 4) at concentration of the Ibuprofen as 10 μg/mL.
Mentions: Permeability values of Ibuprofen in ISMEDDS, PDS, and MF for each segment at 10 μg/mL were shown in Figure 4. Peff of ISMEDDS was significantly higher than PDS and MF in each segment (P < 0.01). Except for the duodenum (P < 0.05), Peff of microemulsion drug delivery system and MF in the jejunum, ileum, and colon did not all reach statistical difference (P > 0.05).

Bottom Line: Results.Conclusion.Developed ISMEDDS would possibly be advantageous in terms of minimized side effect, increased bioavailability, and hence the patient compliance.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, SOA University, Khandagiri Square, \ Bhubaneswar, Orissa 751030, India.

ABSTRACT
The study was aimed at developing a self-microemulsifying drug delivery system (SMEDDS) of Ibuprofen for investigating its intestinal transport behavior using the single-pass intestinal perfusion (SPIP) method in rat. Methods. Ibuprofen loaded SMEDDS (ISMEDDS) was developed and was characterized. The permeability behavior of Ibuprofen over three different concentrations (20, 30, and 40 µg/mL) was studied in each isolated region of rat intestine by SPIP method at a flow rate of 0.2 mL/min. The human intestinal permeability was predicted using the Lawrence compartment absorption and transit (CAT) model since effective permeability coefficients (P eff) values for rat are highly correlated with those of human, and comparative intestinal permeability of Ibuprofen was carried out with plain drug suspension (PDS) and marketed formulation (MF). Results. The developed ISMEDDS was stable, emulsified upon mild agitation with 44.4 nm ± 2.13 and 98.86% ± 1.21 as globule size and drug content, respectively. Higher P eff in colon with no significant P eff difference in jejunum, duodenum, and ileum was observed. The estimated human absorption of Ibuprofen for the SMEDDS was higher than that for PDS and MF (P < 0.01). Conclusion. Developed ISMEDDS would possibly be advantageous in terms of minimized side effect, increased bioavailability, and hence the patient compliance.

No MeSH data available.


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