FORMULATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND IN-VITRO EVALUATION OF FAST DISSOLVING ORAL FILMS OF CETIRIZINE HCL
The predominant goal of this work is to formulate and evaluate Cetirizine HCl ODF’s the usage of Sodium starch glycolate (SSG) as superdisintegrant, Sodium alginate as polymer and Glycerol as plasticizer. Films were prepared by way of Solvent casting method and evaluated for thickness, folding endurance, percentage elongation, floor pH and disintegration time. The consequences indicate that method prepared with 17.5% combo of polymer and plasticizer was determined to be optimized. The three special formulations F1, F2 and F3 of CTZ motion pictures were organized via solvent casting technique the usage of sodium alginate as polymer, SSG as disintegrant and glycerol as plasticizer. Menthol was once used as cooling agent along with aspartame as sweetener and citric acid as a style overlaying agent. The formulation (F3) with presence of superdisintegrant and combo of polymer, plasticizer confirmed first-rate results.
Keywords: Cetirizine HCl, Oral thin film, superdisintegrant, polymer, plasticizer
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