logging in or signing up Fabrication Techniques of micro and nanoparticles nidhi.j Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 232 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: July 30, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript FABRICATION TECHNIQUES OF MICRO & NANOPARTICLES : FABRICATION TECHNIQUES OF MICRO & NANOPARTICLES PRESENTED BY NIDHI JAIN M.PHARM (PHARMACEUTICS) SCHOOL OF PHARMACY BIT, MEERUT FABRICATION TECHNIQUES: FABRICATION TECHNIQUES Solvent Evaporation Spray Drying Spray freezing in to liquid Phase Separation Coacervation Hot Melt Technique Emulsification diffusion Solvent Displacement Electrostatic Spraying Solvent Evaporation: Solvent Evaporation Polymer and drug dissolved in volatile organic solvent Dispersion in an aq. solution containing surfactant under high speed agitation Fine droplets Evaporation of organic solvent either by continuous stirring or elevated temperature Formation of micro/ nanoparticles Spray Drying: Spray Drying Drug and polymer dissolved in suitable solvent Atomized in a stream of hot air Formation of small droplets from which solvent evaporates rapidly Formation of micro/ nanoparticles Separation of micro/ nanoparticles from hot air by cyclone separatorPowerPoint Presentation: Spray Drying Chamber Spray freezing in to liquid: Spray freezing in to liquid Drug-Polymer solution Atomized in to a cryogenic liquid (liquid nitrogen) Frozen micro/ nanoparticles Lyophilization Free flowing powder Phase Separation Coacervation: Phase Separation Coacervation Polymer dissolved in solvent Drug dispersed or dissolved in the polymer solution Phase separation by addition of incompatible polymer Polymer rich globules Hardening/solidification of polymer by addition of nonsolvent Micro/ nanoparticles are separated and dried Hot Melt Technique: Hot Melt Technique Melted polymer + Drug Suspended in a non-miscible solvent with continuous stirring & heated to 5 0 C above the melting point of the polymer Formation of stable emulsion Cooling Polymer particle solidify Formation of micro/ nanoparticles Emulsification Diffusion: Emulsification Diffusion Polymer is dissolved in the water saturated solvent Organic phase is emulsified in the aq. solution containing a stabilizer Subsequent addition of the water to the system Diffusion of the solvent in to the external phase Formation of Micro/ Nanoparticles from which solvent is removed by distillation Solvent Displacement: Solvent Displacement The polymer and drug is dissolved in a water miscible solvent (acetone, ethanol) injected in to an aq. solution containing a stabilizer under high speed agitation Rapid solvent diffusion Formation of micro/ nano particles Electrostatic Spraying: Electrostatic Spraying Principle If an electric field is applied to any droplet, the electric charge generates an electrostatic force inside the droplet which is able to overcome the cohesive force of the droplet and thus break the droplet in to the micro/ nano scales.PowerPoint Presentation: Polymer solution loaded into a syringe Infused at constant rate using the syringe pump through a small but highly charged capillary Charged droplet Micro/ Nanoparticles Collector (7 to 30 cm distance from the capillary) Solvent evaporation Breakup due to electrostatic forceReferences: References Jain NK, editor. Controlled and Novel drug delivery. 5 th ed. New Delhi: CBS Publication; 2007. p. 236-247. Puvvada YS et al . Drug delivery systems using chitosan nanoparticles. Am. J. PharmTech Res. 2012; 2(2):1-19. Maria A et al . Electrospraying, a Reproducible Method for Production of Polymeric Microspheres for Biomedical Applications. Polymers 2011; 3:131-149. Donald W, Michael D et al . Polymeric Nanoparticles. Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.8:873–903. VJ Mohanraj and Y Chen. Nanoparticles -A Review Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 2006; 5(1): 561-573. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.