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Preparation and stability investigation of tamsulosin hydrochloride sustained release pellets containing acrylic resin polymers with two different techniques

Rui Fan;Yinghua Sun;Bing Li;Ruyi Yang;Wenrui Ma;Jin Sun;Department of Pharmaceutics, School of Pharmacy, Shenyang Pharmaceutical University;  
The objective of this study was to prepare tamsulosin hydrochloride-sustained release(TSH-SR)pellets which showed good release stability with frame-controlled method.TSH was added to Eudragit~?NE30D and Eudragit~?L30D-55 polymers to form drug-loaded inner core.Afterwards,enteric Eudragit~?L30D-55 polymer was modified on the surface of it to the final product.Dissolution studies showed that TSH-SR pellets were more stable during the coating process,different curing temperatures and storage conditions compared with TSH pellets produced by film-controlled technique.Appearances and glass transition temperatures(Tgs)of free films and surface morphologies observed by scanning electron microscopy(SEM)of blank sustained release pellets prepared by different ratios of Eudragit~?NE30D and Eudragit~?L30D-55 further indicated that temperature and relative humidity(RH)were the key factors when Eudragit~?NE30D blended with Eudragit~?L30D-55 were applied to sustained/controlled release preparations.In addition,SEM identified the surface morphologies of TSH-SR pellets before and after dissolution,which showed intact surface structure and great correlation with release curve respectively.
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