Medicated Chewing Gums: Recent Patents and Patented Technology Platforms

Author(s): Prerna Kaushik, Deepak Kaushik*.

Journal Name: Recent Patents on Drug Delivery & Formulation

Volume 13 , Issue 3 , 2019

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The reason that the oral route attained such acceptance may be ascribed to its affluence of administration. Over the years, patient convenience- oriented exploration in the area of drug delivery has introduced potential innovative medicine delivery systems. The elegant drug delivery system is an amalgamation of science and dexterity with therapeutic prospect and presentability. It involves the administration of medications in a groundbreaking fashion with the assistance of cosmetics, wearable devices and oral drug delivery system which can also be used for ornamental purposes. Out of which, therapeutic chewing gum offers a highly suitable and amenable technique of dosing medications comprising children and elderlies. It is a potentially convenient means of administering medications either locally or systematically via the oral cavity. It bids innumerable gains over conventional drug delivery methods. Moreover, medicinal chewing gums involve the dynamic and constant masticatory actions for drug release. Currently, enriched expertise has made it promising to advance and fabricate medicated chewing gum with predefined properties and it could be a marketable triumph in the future. Apprehending this, several investigators and pharmaceutical companies are now engaged in developing innovative practices vis-à-vis medicated chewing gums by filing several patents in this area. The present manuscript also delivers a gestalt of various patented technology platforms based on different methods/ mechanisms employed for the preparation of medicated chewing gums.

Keywords: Medicated chewing gums, patented technology platforms, pharmagum, revolymer technology, directly compressible gum, oral cavity.

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VOLUME: 13
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Year: 2019
Page: [184 - 191]
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DOI: 10.2174/1872211313666191010093148

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