Sneha B. Patel, Manish N. Vaghani, Jitendra Singh Yadav
Sneha B. Patel1*, Manish N. Vaghani2, Dr. Jitendra Singh Yadav3
1 M. Pharm, Dept of Pharmaceutics, Vidyabharti Trust College of Pharmacy, Umrakh - 394 345, Gujarat, India.
2M. Pharm, Dept. of Pharmaceutics, Matushree V. B. Manvar College of Pharmacy, Upleta - 360 490, Gujarat, India.
3Asst. Professor, Dept. of Pharmaceutics, Vidyabharti Trust College of Pharmacy, Umrakh - 394 345, Gujarat, India.
Volume - 8,
Issue - 5,
Year - 2015
The convenience of administration and improved patient compliance are important in the design of oral drug delivery system which remains the preferred route of drug delivery. Oral drug delivery is a one of the simplest routes of delivery of drugs for systemic and in certain cases local effect. Certain disease has sudden attacks and need immediate relief. Orodispersible tablets are solid dosage forms which dissolve rapidly in saliva without chewing and give fast onset of action. Orodispersible tablets overcome the disadvantages of conventional dosage form especially dysphasia (difficulty in swallowing) in paediatric and geriatric patients and it needs no water which is also convenient during travelling. The article describes the advantages and disadvantages of ODTs, critical step during formulation, mechanisms of disintegration, the popular methods used to produce large scale tablets for commercial purpose, evaluation parameters.
Cite this article:
Sneha B. Patel, Manish N. Vaghani, Jitendra Singh Yadav. A Current Review on Orodispersible Tablet. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 8(5): May, 2015; Page 637-646. doi: 10.5958/0974-360X.2015.00102.X