New oil modified acrylic polymer for pH sensitive drug release

experimental results and statistical analysis

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We report results of an experimental study, complemented by detailed statistical analysis of the experimental data, on the development of a more effective control method of drug delivery using a pH sensitive acrylic polymer. New copolymers based on acrylic acid and fatty acid are constructed from dodecyl castor oil and a tercopolymer based on methyl methacrylate, acrylic acid and acryl amide were prepared using this new approach. Water swelling characteristics of fatty acid, acrylic acid copolymer and tercopolymer respectively in acid and alkali solutions have been studied by a step-change method. The antibiotic drug cephalosporin and paracetamol have also been incorporated into the polymer blend through dissolution with the release of the antibiotic drug being evaluated in bacterial stain media and buffer solution. Our results show that the rate of release of paracetamol getss affected by the pH factor and also by the nature of polymer blend. Our experimental data have later been statistically analyzed to quantify the precise nature of polymer decay rates on the pH density of the relevant polymer solvents. The time evolution of the polymer decay rates indicate a marked transition from a linear to a strictly non-linear regime depending on the whether the chosen sample is a general copolymer (linear) or a tercopolymer (non-linear). Non-linear data extrapolation techniques have been used to make probabilistic predictions about the variation in weight percentages of retained polymers at all future times, thereby quantifying the degree of efficacy of the new method of drug delivery.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Advances in Natural Sciences
Volume3
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 7 Nov 2014

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Acrylics
Statistical methods
Polymers
Oils
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Copolymers
Polymer blends
Acetaminophen
Drug delivery
Fatty Acids
Castor Oil
Anti-Bacterial Agents
Methacrylates
Alkalies
Cephalosporins
Extrapolation
Amides
Swelling
Buffers
Dissolution

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Keywords

  • control release
  • pH factor
  • copolymer
  • tercopolymer
  • least square fit
  • non-linear extrapolation

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