• Khokhlenkova Nv Department of Drug Technology, National University of Pharmacy, Kharkov, Ukraine
  • Kovalenko Sm Department of Commodity Science, National University of Pharmacy, Kharkov, Ukraine.
  • Azarenko Jm Department of Drug Technology, National University of Pharmacy, Kharkov, Ukraine
  • Buryak Mv Department of Drug Technology, National University of Pharmacy, Kharkov, Ukraine


The results of modern research on the creation of pharmacologically active bandage were generalized. The main components of the development of pharmacologically active dressing (choice of active ingredients, carrier substrate, the method of immobilization, etc.) were determined. Methodological approaches to the creation of  pharmacologically active bandage were developed. The practical significance of the developed methodological approaches demonstrated by research and development of dressings with thick oak bark extract.

Keywords: Pharmacologically active bandage, Methods of immobilization, Plaster, Medical pad, Thick oak bark extract.

Author Biography

Khokhlenkova Nv, Department of Drug Technology, National University of Pharmacy, Kharkov, Ukraine
1Department of Drug Technology


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How to Cite
Nv, K., K. Sm, A. Jm, and B. Mv. “DEVELOPMENT OF METHODICAL APPROACHES TO THE CREATION OF THE PHARMACOLOGICALLY ACTIVE BANDAGE”. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, Vol. 10, no. 8, Aug. 2017, pp. 20-24, doi:10.22159/ajpcr.2017.v10i8.19037.
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