Formulation and Evaluation of Liposome by Thin Film Hydration Method
Formulation of Liposome
Liposomes are the most advance formulation for targeting and controlled drug delivery system. These liposomes are generally administered by intra-venous route. In this work the liposome was prepared by using thin film hydration method. The formulated liposome is evaluated or characterised by using zeta sizer, Encapsulation efficiency, Entrapment efficiency, In vitro drug release. Main things are drug which are used for formulation of liposome was Diclofenac sodium, it having anti-inflammatory and anti-pyretic effect. The Diclofenac sodium having several adverse effects, such as depression of renal function, Liver failure for repeated administration, Local mucosal irritation, gastritis. To avoid this adverse effect Diclofenac sodium are incorporate in liposomal formulation. By formulating liposomal formulation, the bioavailability of Diclofenac sodium increase. In conventional dosage form bioavailability of diclofenac sodium is 50℅. But in liposomal formulation bioavailability of this drug increase. The final result includes that diclofenac liposome formulation shows more sustained and prolong anti-inflammatory activity.
Keywords: Diclofenac sodium, Liposome, Anti-inflammatory activity.
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