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Effects of teicoplanin on cell number of cultured cell lines

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Formulation And Performance Evaluation Of Betahistine Dihydrochloride Microspheres As Sustained Release Systems

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Betahistine dihydrochloride is a histamine-like drug widely used in relieving the symptoms associated with Ménière’s syndrome. Pharmacokinetic studies of betahistine have demonstrated that it has a short plasma half-life of 3-4 hours. In such cases frequent administration of the drug is required in order to keep plasma concentration within the therapeutic range. However, this may lead to noncompliance and aggravate patients’ comfort. An advanced approach for achieving sustained release of drugs is their incorporation in microparticulate carriers. AIM: To design a sustained release microsphere formulation of betahistine providing reduced dose frequency and lower risk of side effects occurrence. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Betahistine-loaded chitosan microspheres were obtained via W/O emulsion solvent evaporation technique and were characterized for particle size, drug loading and entrapment efficiency. Drug release into phosphate buffer saline pH 7.4 was performed and dissolution profiles of the formulations were obtained. To study the mechanism of drug release from the microspheres the dissolution data was fitted to various mathematic models. RESULTS: Betahistine-loaded microspheres were produced with a high drug loading and entrapment efficiency. The microcarriers were spherical in shape with mean particle size of 3.82 μm to 7.69 μm. Betahistine release studies from the microspheres showed similar and slightly increasing dissolution profiles. The drug release proceeded in a controlled manner following Fickian diffusion. CONCLUSION: The obtained results suggest that betahistine-loaded chitosan microspheres prepared by solvent evaporation method are capable of sustained release of drugs and therefore can be used as drug delivery systems in the treatment of Ménière’s syndrome.

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New UHPLC Method for Cannabidiol Determination in Hard Capsules

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Orthostatic Hypotension and Therapy with an Ace Inhibitor in Hypertensive Patients

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DOLUTEGRAVIR efficacy in HIV infected patients

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Investigation of in vitro effects of ethephon and chlorpyrifos, either alone or in combination, on rat intestinal muscle contraction

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Preparation of Biological Samples Containing Metoprolol and Bisoprolol for Applying Methods for Quantitative Analysis

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Analysis of inappropriate medication prescribing in Slovenian elderly patients based on the Beers and Laroche criteria

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Synthesis and biological evaluation of some novel 1-substituted fentanyl analogs in Swiss albino mice

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Experimental Investigations: Micromeritic Procedures In Assessing Antinuclear Antibody Patterns In Immunofluorescent Assay

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