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Current Pharmaceutical Analysis


ISSN (Print): 1573-4129
ISSN (Online): 1875-676X

A New Facilitated Solid Phase Extraction Method for Bioavailability Evaluation of Lisinopril in Fasting Healthy Male Volunteers

Author(s): Mahshid Foroozesh, Mehrdad Hamidi, Mohammad-Ali Shahbazi and Mohammad-Ali Sahraei

Volume 8, Issue 4, 2012

Page: [431 - 439] Pages: 9

DOI: 10.2174/157341212803341672

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Due to the difficulties in plasma concentration measurement of lisinopril, it is of utmost importance to develop a new accurate analysis method for this drug. A randomized, double-blind, two-period, two-group crossover design was conducted to scrutinize the bioequivalence of a lisinopril generic product. After administration of test or reference products to each volunteer, the active ingredient was determined in plasma samples using a developed and validated HPLCUV method, and pharmacokinetic parameters, including Cmax, Tmax, AUC0—t , AUC0—∞, terminal elimination rate constant (λz), volume of distribution in steady state (Vd(ss)), mean residence time (MRT), and clearance (Cl) were determined in each subject using the standard non-compartmental approach. In this study, the developed and validated lisinopril assay protocol in human plasma was performed using a C8 analytical column and a mobile phase of 0.05M KH2PO4 (pH=2.75)- acetonitril-methanol (88:11:1, v/v/v) with the detection wavelength of 215 nm. Sample preparation consists of solid-phase extraction using commercially available C18 cartridges. The method showed significant linear response-concentration relationship throughout the lisinopril concentration range of 0.01-0.2 mcg/ml, with the average within-run and between-run variations of 3.51±4.04 and 6.82±6.51 percent throughout the linear concentration range with corresponding average accuracy values of 96.78±3.55 and 97.30±3.33 percent, respectively. The average drug recovery from plasma was 94.70±3.05 percent throughout the linear concentration range. The limits of detection (LOD) and quantitation (LOQ) of the method were 5 and 10 ng/ml, respectively. The practical applicability of the method was proven throughout a bioequivalence study.

Keywords: Lisinopril, Reversed-phase HPLC-UV, solid-phase extraction, Bioequivalence

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