FAST DISSOLVING ORAL FILMS: A TABULAR UPDATE
Fast-dissolving oral films have emerged as alternative dosage forms for the patients who experience difficulties in swallowing traditional oral solid dosage forms such as tablets, capsules, and syrups etc. Â Â These dosage forms disintegrate or dissolve very quickly within seconds when placed in the mouth cavity without need of water or chewing. Due to fast dissolution it provide faster onset of action, bypassing the first pass metabolism, reducing gastric degradation and metabolism of drugs and thus enhance their oral bioavailability. These properties of oral films with patient convenience and compliance made popular and accepted dosage form for pediatric and geriatric as well as adult population. These formulations are suitable for cough, cold, sore throat, allergenic conditions, nausea, pain, hypertension and CNS disorders, epilepsy and many more diseases. The present review provides up to date review in fast dissolving oral films in tabular form so researches can easily track various technologies/research in design and development of oral fast dissolving film.
Keywords: Mouth dissolving films, Oral dispersible film, Oral dissolving film, Oral disintegrating film.
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