NOVEL PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORM
Objective of the proposed idea is to introduce novel pharmaceutical dosage form prepared of biodegradable polymeric balls. These polymeric balls will encircle oral liquid dosage forms within an edible membrane which can be flavoured, coloured, and can be used as unit dosage form. It will be prepared by reaction between sodium alginate and calcium chloride resulting in spherical, flexible ball of calcium alginate. Current research will eliminate the use of plastics as syrups or other liquid dosage forms will be provided in these balls which will be more economic and eco-friendly.
Keywords: novel pharmaceutical dosage, polymeric balls, sodium alginate, eco-friendly
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