Mohammed M Mehanna

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BACKGROUND Mucoadhesive drug delivery is a promising strategy to overcome ocular biopharmaceutical constraints. OBJECTIVE AND METHODS Ciprofloxacin HCl-loaded reverse phase evaporation liposomes were coated with different concentrations and molecular weights of mucoadhesive biocompatible chitosan polymer to form chitosomes. This colloidal mucoadhesive(More)
Tadalafil is a phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitor that is characterized by low solubility and high permeability. Solid dispersion approach represents a promising carrier system for effective enhancement of dissolution and oral bioavailability of poorly soluble drugs. In the present work, novel tadalafil-loaded solid dispersions employing various block copolymers(More)
The limited permeability of stratum corneum, the main skin barrier, towards pharmaceutical active ingredients represents the main obstacle encounter the transdermal drug delivery system. In the current study, penetration enhancer-containing nanoliposomes, that is, penetrosomes were formulated incorporating tadalafil to enhance its transdermal permeability.(More)
Tadalafil is an efficient drug used to treat erectile dysfunction characterized by poor water solubility, which has a negative influence on its bioavailability. Utilization of microporous silica represents an effective and facile technology to increase the dissolution rate of poorly soluble drugs. Our strategy involved directly introducing tadalafil as(More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of this investigation was to explore the feasibility of various nanocarriers to enhance progesterone penetration via the human abdominal skin. METHODS Four progesterone-loaded nanocarriers; cubosomes, nanoliposomes, nanoemulsions and nanomicelles were formulated and characterized regarding particle size, zeta potential, % drug(More)
The study aims to elaborate novel self-assembled liquid crystalline nanoparticles (LCNPs) for management of hormonal disturbances following non-invasive progesterone transdermal delivery. Fabrication and optimization of progesteroneloaded LCNPs for transdermal delivery were assessed via a quality by design approach based on 2(3) full factorial design. The(More)
Tuberculosis is considered a fatal respiratory infectious disease that represents a global threat, which must be faced. Despite the availability of oral conventional anti-tuberculosis therapy, the disease is characterized by high progression. The leading causes are poor patient compliance and failure to adhere to the drug regimen primarily due to systemic(More)
A reliable and sensitive HPLC method was developed for the quantitation of tadalafil transdermal permeation through human skin. An RP column with UV detection at 290 nm was used for chromatographic separation at ambient temperature. The mobile phase was acetonitrile-water containing 20 mM pH 7 phosphate buffer (35/65, v/v) with a flow rate of 1.0 mL/min.(More)
The demand on the controlled release of short acting antidiabetic drug, metformin (MT), has been increased dramatically. Thus, boosting the development of new sustained release formulations with contents of multi-micro-scaled particles. This paved the way for the preparation of MT-loaded Gellan gum (GG) microbeads through inotropic gelation technique. The(More)
PURPOSE This article investigated the influence of novel rifampicin nanosuspension (RIF NS) for enhancing drug delivery properties. METHODS RIF NS was fabricated using the antisolvent precipitation technique. The impact of solvent type and flow rate, stabilizer type and concentration, and stirring time and apparatus together with the solvent-antisolvent(More)