Formulation and Evaluation of Solid Lipid Nanoparticles of Olanzapine for the Treatment of Psychosis
Solid lipid nanoparticles (SLN) are typically spherical with an average diameter between 1 nm to 1000 nm in range. It is alternative carrier systems to tradition colloidal carriers, such as liposomes emulsions and polymeric micro and nanoparticles. Olanzapine (OZP) is an atypical antipsychotic agent which is used for treatment of Schizophrenia. Its oral bioavailability is around of 40%. OZP is a class II drug so it having low aqueous solubility. To overcome that problem and to increase its bioavailability, the solid lipid nanoparticles of olanzapine are prepared. Formulation batches designed by modifying type of surfactant ( Span 80, Tween 80), concentration of surfactant, Concentration of co-surfactant, type of lipid ( glyceryl monostearate, Stearic acid), Lipid concentration, speed of stirring and time of stirring using customised design of DOE. The SLN were prepared by high speed homogenization technique, and then characterized by particle size analysis, Drug entrapment efficiency and Drug diffusion study. A formulation containing GMS as a lipid stabilised with tween 80 as surfactant show good drug release, smaller particle size, as compared with other formulations with different lipid and surfactant. The present research findings indicate that OZP loaded solid lipid Nano particulate system for delivery of OZP with better efficacy with minimum adverse effects.
Keywords: Olanzapine, SLN, GMS, high speed homogenization and DOE.
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