Formulation and Evaluation of Transdermal Delivery of Salmeterol Via Ethosomes

Authors

  • Sravani M Department of Pharmaceutics, Vasavi institute of pharmaceutical sciences, Vasavi Nagar, Peddapalli (Village), Sidhout (Mandal), YSR Kadapa (Dist)-516247, Andhra Pradesh, India
  • Pradeep Kumar M Department of Pharmaceutics, Vasavi institute of pharmaceutical sciences, Vasavi Nagar, Peddapalli (Village), Sidhout (Mandal), YSR Kadapa (Dist)-516247, Andhra Pradesh, India https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3555-249X
  • Satrasala Neelima Department of Pharmacology, Vasavi institute of pharmaceutical sciences, Vasavi Nagar, Peddapalli (Village), Sidhout (Mandal), YSR Kadapa (Dist)-516247, Andhra Pradesh, India https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2195-0238

Abstract

The present study consists of a Salmeterol drug carried out for maximum solubility in aqueous buffers for the Formulation and Evaluation of Transdermal Delivery of Salmeterol Via Ethosomes. These studies are critical to confirm the drug structure, activity, degradation rate, and release pattern with various polymeric substances used in the formulation. An investigation of such prepared formulations through Leica optical microscope and SEM revealed a dominancy like spherical-shaped vesicles. Laser diffraction research indicates significantly different shapes among liposomes and ethosomes (P G .05). The entrapment percentage of 49.7% was at 40% (vol/vol) ethanol. The recognized specific liposomes were much more steady as more significant ethanol concentrations. Based on previous outcomes, liposomal equation five has been chosen for further in vitro drug permeability and rodents' epidermis discharge research. This comparison to ethosomal formulations containing 20% and 30%, but also 40% ethanol (formulas 6, 7, and 8, respectively). The speed and quantity of set to release opioids is a balancing act among two factors: Opioid affinity of about cysts and solubility of the drug through fatty acid of a stratum corneum. Statistical analysis of previous findings (i.e., the proportion like Stratum corneum penetrated via rodents epidermis now since 24 hrs. A method like the secretion kinetic model has been analyzed through likely to fit permeability statistics towards the zero-order, first-order, but also Higuchi diffusion designs.

Keywords:

Transdermal Delivery, Salmeterol, Ethosomes, Liposomes

Published

2022-09-02

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