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Preparation Of Controlled-release Microspheres Of Ibuprofen With Acrylic Polymers By A Novel Quasi-emulsion Solvent Diffusion Method.

Y. Kawashima, T. Niwa, T. Handa, H. Takeuchi, T. Iwamoto, K. Itoh
Published 1989 · Materials Science, Medicine, Chemistry

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A novel quasi-emulsion solvent diffusion method to prepare the controlled-release microspheres of ibuprofen with acrylic polymers has been developed. An ethanol solution of ibuprofen and acrylic resin was poured into aqueous medium with stirring. The finely dispersed ethanolic droplet-like coacervates formed in aqueous medium were gradually solidified and transformed into microspheres during agitation. The size of microspheres was determined by the concentrations of drug and polymer and the agitation speed of the system. The flowability, the packability, and the compressibility of the resultant microspheres were much improved compared with the raw crystals of the drug. The drug release rate from the microspheres could be controlled by the type and the concentration of polymer formulated. A unique principle of the present method and the resultant microspheres, having a matrix- or sponge-like texture, can provide characteristic advantages compared with a conventional reservoir-type device drug, like a microcapsule.
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