ORAL FAST DISSOLVING DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM: A MODERN APPROACH FOR PATIENT COMPLIANCE
This review represents importance of mouth dissolving films as compared to other oral dosage forms. Fast dissolving oral drug delivery system are solid dosage form which disintegrate or dissolve within seconds when placed in the mouth without need of water or chewing. First developed fast dissolving dosage form in formulation and the rapid disintegrating properties were obtained through a special procedure or formulation modification, hence mouth dissolving film is proved to be better alternative in such cases. This fast dissolving drug delivery system is suited for the drugs which undergo high first pass metabolism and is used for improving bioavailability. Mouth dissolving film consists of thin oral strip; which release active ingredients immediately after uptake into oral cavity. In present investigation, an attempt has been made to develop oral fast dissolving film. Availability of larger surface area that leads to rapid disintegrating and dissolution in the oral cavity.
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