PHYSIOCHEMICAL, IN-VITRO, EX-VIVO AND IN-VIVO EVALUATION OF TRANSDERMAL PATCHES BASED ON QbD APPROACH: AN OVERVIEW

Authors

  • RUPAL DUBEY School of Pharmacy and Research, People’s University, Bhanpur, Bhopal, M.P, India - 462 037
  • UMADOSS POTHUVAN Alkem Laboratories Limited, Mumbai, Maharastra, India – 410 208
  • ARUN KUMAR PANDEY Alkem Laboratories Limited, Mumbai, Maharastra, India – 410 208
  • BHASKAR KUMER GUPTA School of Pharmacy and Research, People’s University, Bhanpur, Bhopal, M.P, India - 462 037

Keywords:

Transdermal Patch, Physical Evaluation, Physicochemical Property, In-Vitro Transdermal, Ex-Vivo Transdermal, In-Vivo Transdermal

Abstract

Objective

There are various forms of prescription drugs available in the market for human and animal purposes, which may be administered for acute or chronic treatment. And a variety of dosage regimens of different dosage forms are found in general, among which one of the treatment modes is the transdermal route. The Transdermal Tract Route is a more accurate way to get into the skin without pain, faster to systemic circulation than the oral route and the drug reaches systemic circulation in a controlled transmission.

Materials and Methods

Improving the transdermal system poses an additional challenge to maintain Quality by Design (QbD) with quality, consistency, reproduction, stability and efficiency. With the QbD method of pharmaceutical product production, product quality is considered much faster than waiting until the end to be tested for quality. In essence, this includes determining the sources of the unpredictability that may be contributing to the process. This approach ensures that the causes of quality problems are identified. The main result is a pharmaceutical product manufactured to meet pre-determined quality requirements from the outset.

Conclusion

Critical quality attribute (CQA) and Critical Process Parameters can be used to establish QbD (CPP). During the construction of a transdermal design, it is important to check the various key parameters that help maintain the Quality Target Product Profile (QTPP) of the drug product.

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Published

21-06-2022

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DUBEY, R., POTHUVAN, U., PANDEY, A. K., & GUPTA, B. K. (2022). PHYSIOCHEMICAL, IN-VITRO, EX-VIVO AND IN-VIVO EVALUATION OF TRANSDERMAL PATCHES BASED ON QbD APPROACH: AN OVERVIEW. International Journal of Applied Pharmaceutics, 14. Retrieved from https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ijap/article/view/45538

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