A REVIEW ON BUCCAL PATCHES

Satinder Kakkar, Namita Prasad, Ramandeep Singh

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The aim of this article is to study the buccal patches. Buccal patch is a non dissolving thin matrix modified release dosage form composed of one or more polymer films or layers containing the drug and/or other excipients. Buccal patches have been become an interesting area of novel drug delivery system as the dosage forms designed for buccal administration should not cause irritation and should be small and flexible enough to be accepted by the patientThe study of buccal patches include its introduction, types of buccal patches, advantages, limitation, potential uses of buccal patches, polymer used, methods of preparation, evaluation.


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