9 Formulation and evaluation of gel-loaded microsponges of dicofenac sodium for topical delivery Dicofenac sodium Hamid hussain and Archana dhyani et al. 2014 Compatibility of the drug with formulation component was established by Fournier transform infra-red spectroscopy, viscosity was analyzed by Brookfield viscometer with max. Reading 2874 and min. reading 2345 and spreadibility of gel containing microsponges range was 13.625.
10 Preparation and evaluation of meloxicam microsponges as transdermal delivery system Meloxicam Roaa A,Nief and Ahmed A. Hussein et al. 2014 Microsponges of poorly soluble drug meloxicam in order to enhance the release and dissolution of Meloxicam which is limitation for preparation in topical forms26.
11 Formulation…show more content… 2013 It is a novel drug delivery system for optimizing efficacy and cost-effective. They are mostly used topical and oral administration. Mostly it reduces irritation, side-effect and chemical stability. As recently, research nanotechnology trend to enhance their performance34.
19 Ethyl cellulose based microsponges delivery system for anti-fungal vaginal gels of tioconazole Tioconazole Katkade Mayur et al. 2013 Ethyl cellulose microsponges loaded with tioconazole gel which was able to control the release of tioconazole to the vaginal tissue. The scanning electron microscopy of microsponges shows that they are spherical in shape and contained pores35.
20 Microsponges enchriched gel: A novel strategy for ophthalmic drug delivery system Ketotifen Jaya raj Kumar et al. 2013 The formulation were prepared by 2-3% of SCMC and studied for viscosity, pH, spreadibility, drug content, in-vitro release, High pressure liquid chromatography, Scanning electron microscopy analysis. The max. Gel strength was 8.12 sec and mucoadhesive force 32.32 dynes/cm2. The optimized formulation was able to release the drug up to 8…show more content… 2011 The formulation MS IV and MS VI showed better loading efficiency and production yield. The spreadibility was found to be 19.27g cm\s and drug content was 85.2%.the anti-microbial studied was zone of inhibition with 13.5mm and 12mm and pure drug, zone inhibition 18.2mm40.
25 Formulation and in-vitro evaluation of Etodolac entrapped in microsponge based drug delivery system Etodolac Swetha .A et al. 2011 It is prepared by quasi-emulsion diffusion method. Fourier transmission infrared radiation (FTIR) studies were done, chemical stability and non-irritation. In-vitro drug release was best in higuchi matrix diffusion. This study was a new approach based in microsponges for colon specific drug delivery41.
26 Formulation and evaluation of microsponges for topical drug delivery system Momestasone Furoate Rekha.U et al 2011 The Active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) was entrapped in microsponges to control the release of drug to the