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Table 1 Comparison of different nanocarriers for Diclofenac sodium and Ibuprofen

From: Synthesis and application of magnetic@layered double hydroxide as an anti-inflammatory drugs nanocarrier

Nanocarrier Drug Max. release (%) Max. time pH Particle size Refs.
Zn-Al layered double hydroxide (LDH) Diclofenac sodium 80 60 h 7.4 632.6 nm [41]
Sodium alginate/layered double hydroxides Diclofenac sodium 99 8 h 7.4 ND [42]
Ca–Al layered double hydroxide Diclofenac sodium 84 400 min 4.6 1–3 µm [43]
Zn–Al–NO3-layered double hydroxides Diclofenac sodium 98.4 6 h 6.8 132 ± 9 nm [44]
IBU–LZH Ibuprofen 77 1200 min 4.8 50–100 nm [45]
Drug-LDH loaded PCL fibers Ibuprofen 45 120 h 7.4 147 ± 37 nm [46]
Alginate–zein/layered double hydroxide biocomposite Ibuprofen 97 8 h 7.4 ND [47]
Magnetic@layered double hydroxide Diclofenac sodium 82 72 h 7.4 80–130 nm This study
Ibuprofen 96 7.4
  1. ND not detected