Development of an Innovative Nanotransdermal Formulation Utilizing an Optimal Combination of Acyclovir and Omeprazole to Improve Anti Viral Efficacy

Year : 2024 | Volume :02 | Issue : 01 | Page : 19-35
By

sri divya

Nansri Saha

Abstract

The present study demonstrated that Acyclovir and Omeprazole nanogel were successfully developed
by solvent diffusion method. pH was determined various formulation F1-F9 in that F9 have suitable for
gel preparation. Drug content was determined by UV-spectroscopic method. The prepared nanogel was
opaque, without any lumps, particle and aggregates. So, all the formulations are homogenous.
Spreadability diameter study F9 shown the nanogel is having good Spreadability. Nanogel formulations
shown viscosity range from 3268–3528 cps. It concluded that they are stable in nature. In-vitro
dissolution study was performed and showed that F9 have good dissolution rate. The particle size, PDI
and zeta potential to find out the F9 formulation. The particle size, PDI and zeta potential was found
to be in 687.4, 0.842 and -43.7 respectively. TEM image was confirmed the shape of spherical and
smooth surface of particles at range 650 nm. Comparing F9 nanogel formulation with acyclovir
marketed formulation (MF) by in-vitro release study. According to result formulated Acyclovir and
omeprazole nanogel is more efficient than the marketed acyclovir ointment. Hence from our study the
acyclovir and omeprazole nanogel (F9) showed that sustain drug release than the marketed
formulation, so it is evident that formulating into nanogel results increase the anti –viral activity.

Keywords: Formulation, Nano Transdermal, Acyclovir, Omeprazole, Anti-Viral Activity

[This article belongs to International Journal of Biomedical Innovations and Engineering(ijbie)]

How to cite this article: sri divya, Nansri Saha. Development of an Innovative Nanotransdermal Formulation Utilizing an Optimal Combination of Acyclovir and Omeprazole to Improve Anti Viral Efficacy. International Journal of Biomedical Innovations and Engineering. 2024; 02(01):19-35.
How to cite this URL: sri divya, Nansri Saha. Development of an Innovative Nanotransdermal Formulation Utilizing an Optimal Combination of Acyclovir and Omeprazole to Improve Anti Viral Efficacy. International Journal of Biomedical Innovations and Engineering. 2024; 02(01):19-35. Available from: https://journals.stmjournals.com/ijbie/article=2024/view=137073




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Volume 02
Issue 01
Received February 8, 2024
Accepted February 11, 2024
Published April 8, 2024