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Rajesh Y.,RA Chemical Pharma Ltd | Balasubramaniam J.,RA Chemical Pharma Ltd | Bindu K.,International Specialty Products India Pvt Ltd | Sridevi R.,International Specialty Products India Pvt Ltd | And 2 more authors.
Acta Pharmaceutica | Year: 2010

Efavirenz (EFV) tablets of different doses were prepared by a wet granulation process using different superdisintegrants such as crosscarmellose sodium (CCS), sodium starch glycollate (SSG) and crosspovidone (CP) to evaluate the role of different disintegrants on the in vitro release of EFV. Further, the mode of addition of disintegrants on EFV dissolution from tablets containing 600 mg of the drug was evaluated by incorporating the disintegrants extragranularly (EG), intragranularly (IG) or distributing them equally (IG and EG). In vitro dissolution of the prepared tablets was conducted using the recommended medium and a dissolution medium developed in-house, which had the ability to discriminate between the formulations.The t50 and t 80 values were indicative of the fact that the drug release was faster from tablet formulations containing CP. CP was able to release the drug faster than the other two disintegrants in both dissolution media and the drug release was unaffected by the mode of CP addition.


Jagadish B.,International Specialty Products India Pvt Ltd | Yelchuri R.,International Specialty Products India Pvt Ltd | Bindu K.,International Specialty Products India Pvt Ltd | Tangi H.,International Specialty Products India Pvt Ltd | And 2 more authors.
Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin | Year: 2010

The present study investigated the effect of co-grinding raloxifene HCL (RHCL) with different superdisintegrants, namely crospovidone (CP), croscarmellose sodium (CCS) and sodium starch glycolate (SSG), using a ball mill, in order to determine the potential effect on dissolution rate and bioavailability of raloxifene hydrochloride (RHCL). The dissolution studies of the co-ground compositions and the corresponding physical mixtures were carried out in U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP) Type II apparatus. The solid state interactions of the co-ground and the physical mixtures were evaluated by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and X-ray diffraction (XRD). The pharmacokinetics of co-ground mixture (1 : 5 RHCL : CP) and milled RHCL was evaluated following oral administration (25 mg/kg) in healthy female Sprague-Dawley rats. DSC studies showed that the crystalline nature of RHCL was reduced after co-grinding with superdisintegrants, while co-grinding with CP resulted in significant particle-size reduction of the mixture. Significant enhancement in dissolution rate was observed with co-ground mixture of RHCL with CP (1 : 5). The extent of the mean plasma exposures of RHCL was 7-fold higher in animals treated with co-ground mixture of RHCL, CP (1 : 5) compared to animals treated with milled RHCL. Co-grinding of RHCL with CP, reduced drug crystallinity, increased the rate and extent of dissolution, and improved bioavailability. © 2010 Pharmaceutical Society of Japan.

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