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Title: Experimental research for geleleator selection in the development of a nedicine for the treatment of the II degree of acne
Authors: Баіва, П. П.
Коваленко, С. М.
Баранова, І. І.
Мартинюк, Т. В.
Терещенко, Л. В.
Коваленко, С. Н.
Коваленко, С. Н.
Баранова, И. И.
Мартынюк, Т. В.
Терещенко, Л. В.
Баива, П. П.
Baіva, P. P.
Kovalenko, S. M.
Baranova, I. I.
Martyniuk, T. V.
Terechshenko, L. V.
Keywords: acne;fusidic acid;gel;gel base;structural viscosity;прищі;фузідинова кислота;гель;гелеві основи;структурна в'язкість;прищи;фузидиевая кислота;гель;гелевое основание;структурная вязкость
Issue Date: 2017
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Experimental research for geleleator selection in the development of a nedicine for the treatment of the II degree of acne / P. P. Bayva, S. M. Kovalenko, I. I. Baranova, T. V. Martynyuk, N. B. Havrysh // Asian Journal of pharmaceutics. – 2017. – Vol. 11 (4). – P. 830– 833.
Abstract: The aim of this study is to develop a stablegel base with fusidic acid and to study its structural and mechanical properties.
Description: It was proved that the best structural, mechanical, physical, and chemical consumer properties were based on a mixture of xanthan and sodium alginate. The mechanical stability indicators were calculated on the basis of structural and mechanical studies, which indicate positive extrusion properties of the selected base with fusidic acid and confirm its stability during storage (for 2 years). It was shown that a gel with fusidic acid based on a mixture of xanthan and sodium alginate represents an elastic-viscoplastic system with moderate thixotropic properties that provide the necessary extrusion and technological properties, as well as corresponding satisfactory consumer characteristics.
URI: http://dspace.nuph.edu.ua/handle/123456789/15421
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