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Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology


ISSN (Print): 2211-7385
ISSN (Online): 2211-7393

Review Article

Proniosomes Nanoparticle for the Treatment of Peripheral Arterial Disease

Author(s): Preyash A. Panchal, Shruti Patel, Asha Patel and Priyanka Ahlawat*

Volume 12, Issue 5, 2024

Published on: 04 October, 2023

Page: [428 - 437] Pages: 10

DOI: 10.2174/2211738511666230912160729

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Background: The common symptom of systemic atherosclerosis is peripheral arterial disease (PAD), which occurs when the artery lumen in the lower extremities gradually becomes blocked by atherosclerotic plaque. The most frequent symptom of lower extremity PAD, called "vascular claudication," which is pain experienced when walking. Partial or total blockage of the peripheral arteries in the upper and lower limbs is called PAD. The danger of death from concurrent coronary artery and cerebrovascular atherosclerosis outweighs the risk of amputation.

Objective: However, niosomes have issues with fusion, aggregation, leakage, vesicle sedimentation, and difficulty in sterilizing. A more recent strategy known as pro-vesicular carriers was used to solve these issues. The formulations in Proniosomes are dry and anhydrous, protected with a non-ionic surfactant that serves as a carrier when combined with water.

Materials and Methods: Formulation prepared by organic solvent, surfactant, cholesterol, other components and hydration medium. Coacervation Phase separation Technique used for proniosome Nanoparticle. Box Bhenken Design is used for optimization batches.

Results: In this context, we shall discuss the development of Proniosome for the treatment of peripheral arterial diseases. From here, we know that proniosome nanoparticles is pro vesicular system good characteristics and effectiveness for treating peripheral arterial diseases.

Conclusion: Proniosomes may be created using various techniques, which may impact how they develop along with the drug's characteristics. They increase the drug's stability while being delivered while being entrapped. They don't need particular conditions for handling, protection, storage, or industrial manufacturing.

Keywords: Peripheral arterial diseases, proniosomes, nanoparticle, pharmacotherapy, coacervation phase separation, vascular claudication.

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