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Electrospinning of chloramphenicol-containing nanofibrous dressings for treatment of chronic wounds
(Conference object; Konferansebidrag, 2021-03-10)
<p><i>Background</i> An efficient treatment is crucial to overcome the delayed healing process and high infection rate in chronic wounds. Nanofibrous dressings, having a nano‐sized fiber structure, can enhance cell ingrowth and support the healing process. In addition, nanofibers can deliver active ingredients e.g. antibiotics into the wound to treat wound infection. By incorporating broad‐spectrum ...
Docetaxel Liposomes - A formulation Screening Study
(Conference object; Konferansebidrag, 2019)
<p>Docetaxel (DOC) is a potent anticancer drug with several limitations, including poor solubility and the reported serious side effects, attributed to either the drug itself or the solvent used. Thus, it is interesting to entrap the drug into liposomes in order to solubilize the drug and improve the therapeutic outcome. <p>The fist aim of this study was to establish a small-scale screening method ...
Dermal Application of Chloramphenicol - The Effect of Liposomes and Chitosan Hydrogel Formulations on ex vivo Permeation and Antimicrobial Activity
(Conference object; Konferansebidrag, 2017)
Liposomes solubilize lipophilic drugs in the phospholipid membrane, and entrap hydrophilic drugs in its aqueous core. These vesicles provide a sustained- and targeted- drug release, and protect from degradation. Liposomes retain the drug onto/in the skin and improve skin drug deposition. Due to their liquid nature, a secondary vehicle, such as a hydrogel, is needed to obtain a necessary retention ...
A new preparation method for preparation of liposomes-in-hydrogels primed for treatment of skin diseases
(Conference object; Konferansebidrag, 2014)
<p>Liposomes are spherical vesicles that form spontaneously when phospholipids are dispersed in an aqueous medium. However, to get liposomes with a more unimodal size distribution, liposomes are usually processed further to reduced size and lammellarity, typically by extrusion, sonication or homogenization. <p>Liposome formulations for topical application needs a vehicle to assure the desirable ...