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Oral Gastroretentive Floating In-Situ Gelling System of Furosemide: Controlled Release Dosage Form

Floating in-situ gel is one of the gastroretentive drug delivery systems represents a revolution in the oral controlled release dosage forms in comparative with conventional oral liquids. They prolong the residence time of the drug that has a narrow absorption window in the absorptive sites like stomach or upper gastrointestinal (GI) tract; since they have… Read More »

Heart failure can be controlled

Heart failure may seem frightening, but it doesn’t mean that the heart will stop functioning. Heart failure generally is a treatable condition. It means that the heart is weak and not pumping blood as it should. Because blood is not pumped properly to organs such as the kidneys or brain, they receive less oxygen. In… Read More »