PMID: 41064Sep 1, 1979

The effects of some sweetening agents and osmotic pressure on the intestinal absorption of sulfafurazole in the rat

The Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
M MarvolaA Huikari

Abstract

The effects of some sugars and osmotic pressure have been examined on the absorption of sulfafurazole in the rat. Statistically significant correlations were found among the hypertonic solutions between the reciprocal of osmotic pressure and AUC0--infinity or Cmax. In addition, negative correlation existed between plasma concentrations at 15 min and osmotic pressure. No significant correlations were noted among the hypotonic solutions. More attention should be paid to the osmotic pressure of formulations. The osmotic pressure of hypertonic solutions, especially, might affect absorption of drug from its dosage form.

References

Oct 19, 2006·Pharmaceutical Research·M-L ChenA S Hussain
Jan 1, 1983·Acta Pharmacologica Et Toxicologica·M ErikssonY Finkel

Citations

Jun 1, 1968·Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences·J C Loo, S Riegelman
Aug 1, 1960·Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association·M H MALONET S MIYA

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