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Diosmin-Loaded Nanoemulsion-Based Gel Formulation: Development, Optimization, Wound Healing and Anti-Inflammatory Studies

Mohammed F Aldawsari
Muzaffar Iqbal
Bjad K Almutairy
Gamal A Soliman

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The wound-healing process is complex and prone to interruption or failure, which can result in the development of chronic wounds that never heal. This can be overcome by seeking prompt medical attention, which will reduce the likelihood of complications and speed up the healing of the cutaneous wound. It has been established that functionalized engineered biomaterials are a possible strategy for starting skin wound care. The purpose of the current study is to develop a diosmin (DSM)-loaded nanoemulsion (NE)-based gel formulation and to investigate its wound healing and anti-inflammatory activity on rats. The DSM-loaded NEs (F1-F17) were developed and optimized with the help of Box-Behnken Design Expert. The DSM-Nes were developed using lauroglycol 90 (LG90 ®) as oil, Tween-80 as surfactant and transcutol-HP (THP) as co-surfactant. The optimized Nes showed globule size (41 ± 0.07 nm), polydispersity index (PDI) (0.073 ± 0.008) and percentage of entrapment efficiency (%EE) (87 ± 0.81%). This optimized DSM-loaded NEs (F1) was further evaluated and incorporated into 1% carbopol 940 gel. F1-loaded gel was then characterized for drug content, spreadability, in vitro release, wound healing, and anti-inflammatory studies. The developed gel of DSM was found to show significantly better (p < 0.05) wound-healing and anti-inflammatory activity.
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hal-04015776 , version 1 (06-03-2023)

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Md Khalid Anwer, Mohammed F Aldawsari, Muzaffar Iqbal, Bjad K Almutairy, Gamal A Soliman, et al.. Diosmin-Loaded Nanoemulsion-Based Gel Formulation: Development, Optimization, Wound Healing and Anti-Inflammatory Studies. Gels, 2023, 9 (2), pp.95. ⟨10.3390/gels9020095⟩. ⟨hal-04015776⟩
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