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Interpretation and prediction of the kinetics of transdermal drug delivery: oestradiol, hyoscine and timolol.

Authors
Guy RH; Hadgraft J
Source
Int J Pharm 1986 Oct; 32(2-3):159-163
NIOSHTIC No.
00185558
Abstract
A kinetic model for the prediction of the plasma concentration of topically administered drugs was described for estradiol, hyoscine, and timolol. The model was based on the physiochemical determination of the rate constants for the drugs between the transdermal device and the stratum corneum, the stratum corneum and viable tissue, the tissue capillary interface, and the excretion rate from blood to urine. Factors affecting the kinetics included competition for the drug at the device stratum corneum interface, the drug molecular weight, drug partition coefficients, and drug biological half life. The predictive equations were applied to estradiol, hyoscine, and timolol using physiochemical and pharmacokinetic data obtained from the published literature, the surface areas of the transdermal devices used as the delivery system, and the in-vitro release characteristics of the drugs in either the patch adhesive or the topical vehicle used for administration of the therapeutic agent. The kinetic simulations were compared to published human in-vivo data with good agreement. The authors conclude that the kinetic model can be used to determine the feasibility of transdermal drug delivery for different compounds.
Keywords
NIOSH-Publication; NIOSH-Grant; Dermatitis; Biokinetics; Pharmacodynamics; Analytical-models; Medical-treatment; Skin-absorption; Drug-therapy; Author Keywords: transdermal drug delivery; oestradiol; hyoscine; timolol
Contact
J. Hadgraft, The Welsh School of Pharmacy, University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology, Cardiff CFl 3XF, Wales, U.K.
CODEN
IJPHDE
Publication Date
19861001
Document Type
Journal Article
Funding Amount
93049
Funding Type
Grant
Fiscal Year
1987
Identifying No.
Grant-Number-K01-OH-00017
Issue of Publication
2-3
ISSN
0378-5173
Source Name
International Journal of Pharmaceutics
State
CA
Performing Organization
University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, California
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