Microemulsions: A potential novel drug delivery system

Abstract

Microemulsions are defined as clear, transparent, thermodynamically stable, isotropic mixtures of oil and water, frequently in combination with a co-surfactant. Recently microemulsion formulations are widely used for the delivery of hydrophilic as well as lipophilic drug as drug carriers due to their improved drug solubilisation capacity, long shelf life, ease of preparation and improvement of bioavailability. In this present review, we will discuss about the various advantages of microemulsion in pharmaceuticals, along with its preparation, classification, evaluation parameters and research work carried out on microemulsions.

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Jaspreet Kaur Saini, Ujjwal Nautiyal, Senthil Kumar M, Devendra Singh, Firoz Anwar

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Jaspreet Kaur Saini, Ujjwal Nautiyal, Senthil Kumar M, Devendra Singh, Firoz Anwar (2014). Microemulsions: A potential novel drug delivery system. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Reserach, 2(1), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-31460