Author(s): Gupta Rashi, Mandloi Rampal, Pillai Sujit, Birla Nikhlesh

Email(s): Rashigupta682000@gmail.com

DOI: 10.5958/0975-4385.2021.00006.6   

Address: Gupta Rashi, Mandloi Rampal, Dr. Pillai Sujit, Birla Nikhlesh
G.R.Y. Institute of Pharmacy, Borawan, Khargone (MP) India.
*Corresponding Author

Published In:   Volume - 13,      Issue - 1,     Year - 2021


ABSTRACT:
In oral drug delivery, there are many scientific challenges that could be studied for years to come and breakthrough technologies are required to generate novel dosage forms raising drug delivery to higher level.(1) Advantage of using that It can reduce dosing frequency, Systemic absorption of drug can be possible through buccal cavity. Lollipops are large sugar boiled confectionary of various flavours attached to a plastic stick which can be consumed over a long period of time through licking.or They are solid unit dosage form of medicament which is meant to be dissolved in mouth (or) pharynx. The term ‘lollipop’ was recorded by English lexicographer Francis Grose in 1796. The term derived from the term “lolly” means tongue and “pop” mean slap. first references to the lollipop in its modern context date to the 1920. Alternatively, it may be a word of Romany origin being related to the Roma tradition of selling toffee apples sold on stick. Red apple in the Romany language is loli phaba.Sometimes it may be difficult to swallow conventional products due to non-availability of water. Difficulty in swallowing (dysphagia) is a common problem of all age groups, especially the elderly and pediatrics These problems led to the development of a novel type of solid oral dosage form hence, an attractive, taste masking formulations are the need of the hour. Medicated lollipops are prepared heating and congealing method. The dose can be easily controlled by administering a lollipop until the desired effect is achieved. fun to consume. Additionally, they donot require water, which means they can be taken anywhere and anytime.


Cite this article:
Gupta Rashi, Mandloi Rampal, Pillai Sujit, Birla Nikhlesh. A Review on Medicated Lollipops. Res. J. Pharmacognosy and Phytochem. 2021; 13(1):33-38. doi: 10.5958/0975-4385.2021.00006.6


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6.    Bhandari Neeraj and Mahajan Tejasavi," Medicated Lollipop-A New Dosage For Pediatrics " World Journal Of Pharmacy And pediatrics 2018; 7(10); 532-539.
7.    Pawar P.G., Darekar A.B.,Saudagar R.B."Medicated Chocolate And Lollipops: A Novel Drug Delivery System For Pediatric Paitient", An International Journal Of Pharmaceutical Science 2018; 677-696.
8.    Chaudhari V. Punam, Chaudhari G. Nirma, Chaudhari S. Pooja, Patil M. Amruta, Pawar P. Sunil, "Formulation And Evaluation Of Medicated Candy Containing Albendazole For Pediatric"Indian Journal Of Drugs 2019; 7(2); 73-80.
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11.    Rewar S., Singh C J, Bansal B K, Pareek R, Sharma A K "Oral Dispersible Tablets: Development, Technologies And Evaluation" International Journal Of research And Development In Pharmacy And Life Science 2014; 3(6); 1223-1235.
12.    https://www.srslife.com/drug-delivery/lollipops/
13.    Chourasiya Surbhi, Andheriya Deepti, "Review On Lozenges", Journal of Delivery and Therapeutics "2018; 8 (6-A); 124-128.
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15.    https://www.mordorintelligence.com/industry-reports/medicated-confectionery-market
REFERENCES:
1.    Perumalla Jagadeesh, Padamasetty Jyothi i, G.Nethra Vani and S Dasthagiri. "Review of Medicated Lollipops" World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 2017; 6(3); 399-405.
2.    Rathode Minakshi, Poharkar Sachin,Pandhre Yuvraj, Muneshwar Monali, Sul Sandesh "Medicated Lozenges As An Easy To Use Dosage Form "World Journal Of Pharmaceutical Research 2018; 7(16); 305-322.
3.    Misra Ambikanandan, Shahiwala Aliasgar, "Novel Drug Delivery Technologies", @ Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd 2019. 1-10.
4.    Gandhi D.Sanket,Pandya R. Priyanka,Umbarkar Rahul, Tambawala Tanvi, Shah A. Manoj,"Mucoadhesive Drug Delivery System-An usual Maneuver For Site Specific Drug Delivery System" An International Journal of pharmaceutical science 2011;2(3); 132-152.
5.    Kristian J. Tangso, Quy Phuong Ho and Ben J. Boyd* "Confectionery- Based Dose FORMS", Current Drug Delivery 2015; 12(3); 56-62
6.    Bhandari Neeraj and Mahajan Tejasavi," Medicated Lollipop-A New Dosage For Pediatrics " World Journal Of Pharmacy And pediatrics 2018; 7(10); 532-539.
7.    Pawar P.G., Darekar A.B.,Saudagar R.B."Medicated Chocolate And Lollipops: A Novel Drug Delivery System For Pediatric Paitient", An International Journal Of Pharmaceutical Science 2018; 677-696.
8.    Chaudhari V. Punam, Chaudhari G. Nirma, Chaudhari S. Pooja, Patil M. Amruta, Pawar P. Sunil, "Formulation And Evaluation Of Medicated Candy Containing Albendazole For Pediatric"Indian Journal Of Drugs 2019; 7(2); 73-80.
9.    Pokale D. Apurva, Tilloo K.Dr. Shrikant and Bodhankar Dr.M.M. "Medicated Chewable Lozenges: A Review", International Journal Of Recent Scientific Research 2019; 10(04); 32071-32076 .
10.     P. jagadeesh., Padamasetty Jyothi, P. Lokeswari ,P. Suhasini ,S. Shafivun, M. Chakrpani,C. Sekar and Y. Venkata subbaiah "Design And Characterization Of Tramadol HCL Medicated Hard Lollipops" , International Journal Of Research In Pharmacy And Chemistry 2017; 7(2); 187-193.
11.    Rewar S., Singh C J, Bansal B K, Pareek R, Sharma A K "Oral Dispersible Tablets: Development, Technologies And Evaluation" International Journal Of research And Development In Pharmacy And Life Science 2014; 3(6); 1223-1235.
12.    https://www.srslife.com/drug-delivery/lollipops/
13.    Chourasiya Surbhi, Andheriya Deepti, "Review On Lozenges", Journal of Delivery and Therapeutics "2018; 8 (6-A); 124-128.
14.    Patil Kalpesh, Patil Namrata, Tadvi S.A., Pawar S.P.,"Review Article On Medicated Lollipop" An International Journal Of Pharmaceutical Science 2017; 14(3); 47-54.
15.    https://www.mordorintelligence.com/industry-reports/medicated-confectionery-market

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