Hapse S.A., Kamod A.C., Kadam S.D., Nagargoje S.S.
Hapse S.A.*, Kamod A.C., Kadam S.D. and Nagargoje S.S.
Department of Quality Assurance Technique P.D.V.V.P.F’s College of Pharmacy, Vilad Ghat, Ahmadnagar, Maharashtra, India
Volume - 5,
Issue - 1,
Year - 2012
Microbubbles are formed in a liquid, e.g., blood in order to alter the transmission characteristics thereof to electromagnetic and sonic waves transmitted there through, by dissolving therein a solid particulate material, preferably as a suspension in a carrier liquid in which the particulate material is at least temporarily stable, the particles of which are substantially free of microbubbles and have a plurality of gas-filled voids communicating with the surface of the particles and providing nuclei for microbubble formation and the ratio of the mass of the particles to the volume of gas in the voids is sufficient to render the liquid in which the particulate material is dissolved supersaturated with respect to the gas in the voids in the area of the liquid surrounding the microbubbles when they are formed.
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Hapse S.A., Kamod A.C., Kadam S.D., Nagargoje S.S. Study and Evaluation of Microbubble Drug Delivery system. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 5(1): Jan. 2012; Page 27-33.
Hapse S.A., Kamod A.C., Kadam S.D., Nagargoje S.S. Study and Evaluation of Microbubble Drug Delivery system. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 5(1): Jan. 2012; Page 27-33. Available on: https://www.rjptonline.org/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2012-5-1-24