Introduction: The treatment of most diseases in dentistry is related to the local application of antiseptic drugs that regulate the microbiocenosis in the oral cavity. The study of pharmacodynamic and kinetic parameters of the release of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) from the dosage form (DF) is an important task. In this study, we tried to evaluate the release of APIs from developed dental medicinal films (DMF) produced on a polymeric basis. Methods: To confirm the antimicrobial activity of the three developed DMF with amizon, decamethoxine and chlorhexidine digluconate, a statistical analysis and mathematical processing of the research results were carried out. Results: Statistical processing made it possible to organize the results of our earlier studies, in which the concentrations of three APIs (amizon, decamethoxine, and chlorhexidine digluconate) were determined during their diffusion from the polymer base of the DMF to the aqueous dispersion medium (0.9% sodium chloride solution). Due to performed statistical calculations, regarding the reliability of APIs release, it was determined that the time duration of complete release of the three active substances from the polymer base was different, which will ultimately affect the duration of the pharmacological effect of the APIs in the patient's body. Conclusion: In the manufacture of DMF on a polymeric base of hydrophilic type, it is necessary to take into account the release time of each API, according to the composition of the polymeric coatings.
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Hrynovets IS, Hrynovets VS, Lysiuk RM. Research design of the release of Amizon, Decametoxine, and Chlorhexidine from the composition of dental medicinal films. Journal of Biochemicals and Phytomedicine. 2023; 2(2): 64–69. doi: 10.34172/jbp.2023.13.