S.M. Sarode, A.R. Bendale, M. Mittal, M.A. Chaudhri, M.K. Kale, G.Vidyasagar, B. Shrivastava
S.M. Sarode*1, A.R. Bendale3, M. Mittal1, M.A. Chaudhri2, M.K. Kale2, G.Vidyasagar4 and B. Shrivastava5
1Department of Pharmaceutics, Jaipur National University, Jagatpura, Jaipur- 425201
3B.N.B.Swaminarayan college of Pharmacy, Vapi, Gujrat
2K.Y.D.S.C.T’s college of Pharmacy, Sakegaon (M.S.)
4Veerayatan Institute of Pharmacy, Bhuj, Gujrat.
5School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Jaipur National University,Jaipur
Volume - 4,
Issue - 5,
Year - 2011
An abundance of the anti-inflammatory drugs are available for use in current medicine which have an established use in the treatment of arthritis and other painful conditions, amongst them one of the novel drug is Aceclofenac. Gels are an excellent formulation for several routes of administration such as oral, topical, nasal, vaginal, and rectal. Gel can be clear formulations when all of the particles completely dissolve in the dispersing medium. But this doesn't occur in all gels, and some are therefore turbid. This need has emphasized the importance of developing a topical dosage form of such drugs.
Aceclofenac is novel non steroidal anti-inflammatory drug which have proven its effectiveness in many of painful diseased conditions like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, spondylitis etc. Like other NSAIDs it is also associated with adverse effects, majority of them are of gastrointestinal system (dyspepsia, abdominal pain, nausea and diarrhea). Present study was undertaken to develop an effective and stable topical formulations of Aceclofenac gel.
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S.M. Sarode, A.R. Bendale, M. Mittal, M.A. Chaudhri, M.K. Kale, G.Vidyasagar, B. Shrivastava. Preparation and Evaluation of Anti-Inflammatory Transdermal Drug Delivery System. Asian J. Research Chem. 4(5): May, 2011; Page 791-794.