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    Open Access Review Article Article ID: IJPSDR-1-103

    Advancements in Microemulsion Based Drug Delivery Systems for Better Therapeutic Effects

    Gyanesh Kumar Sahu, Harish Sharma, Anshita Gupta and Chanchal Deep Kaur*

    Recent progress in combinatorial drug has led to the generation of a large number of new compounds. microemulsions are versatile systems of great technological and scientific interest to the researchers because of their potential to incorporate a wide range of drug molecules (hydrophilic and hydrophobic) due to the presence of both lipophilic and hydrophilic domains. A micro emulsion is a transparent, thermodynamically stable mixture of two immiscible liquid stabilized by surfactant (or mixture of surfactant). Microemulsions have many advantages for instance, more drug solubility, thermodynamic stability, manufacturing and permeation is easy over conventional formulations that convert them to important drug delivery systems. The design and development of microemulsions aimed at controlling or improving required bioavailability levels of therapeutic agents. Through this review an attempt has been made to focus on several recent developments occurred in the field of microemulsions based applications and which confirms its role as a suitable cargoes for delivery of drugs. In that note, the relevance of this paper and the truncated basic aspects and application on microemulsions are discussed.

    Keywords: Microemulsion; Emulsion; Nano emulsion; Method of preparation; Pharmaceutical Application

    Published on: Aug 31, 2015 Pages: 8-15

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/ijpsdr.000003
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