Recent Development in Floating Drug Delivery System: An Overview
Floating medicines work well to increase drug absorption in the stomach. On the basis of current literature, a drug for a novel drug delivery system (NDDS) is established to explicate the floating drug delivery system (FDDS). The most recent FDDS progress involves the formulation as well as physiological aspects that may affect gastric retention and formulation. This review also discusses certain ways of producing a floating system, as well as evaluation methods, characterization, and classification for the FDDS pharmaceutical dosage form. By overcoming physiological hurdles such as short stomach residence times and unexpected gastric emptying times, scientific and technological achievements have been made in the study and development of controlled-release oral drug delivery systems in recent years. So, in general, float dose systems are key technological medication delivery systems that have a stomach-retentive nature and provide a variety of options. Floating drug delivery systems (FDDS), also known as hydro dynamically balanced systems (HBS), swelling and expanding systems, polymeric bio-adhesive systems, modified-shape systems, high-density systems, and other delayed gastric emptying devices are now used to extend the GRT. The latest technological breakthroughs of FDDS, including patented delivery methods and commercialized products, are covered in this study, as well as their advantages and future possibilities for oral controlled drug administration.
Keywords- A novel drug gastrointestinal tract, types of FDDS, gastric residence time, evaluation of FDDS
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