Table 2: Polymers, drugs, and solvent types for application in drug delivery.

PolymerSolventDrug(s)Ref.

Naproxen, indomethacin, ibuprofen, sulindac [54]
Cellulose acetate2 : 1 acetone/DMAcCurcumin[103]
Vitamin A and E[102]
PCL7 : 3 DCM/methanol
3 : 1 chloroform/ethanol
Heparin
Resveratrol, gentamycin
[99]
[92]
PEO/PCL blendChloroformLysozyme [3]
PVA Deionised waterKetoprofen [53]
Sodium salicylate, diclofenac, naproxen, indomethacin[101]
Gelatin/PVA blendGelatin in formic acid, PVA in deionised waterRaspberry ketone [105]
PLGADCM/DMF
DMF
Paclitaxel
Cefoxitin sodium
[95]
[93]
PolyurethaneDMF
DMAc
Itraconazole
Ketanserin
[5]
PLLA2 : 1 chloroform/acetoneDoxorubicin HCl
Tetracycline HCl
[104]
[100]
ChloroformCytochrome C[4]
DCMBovine serum albumin [106]
PEVAChloroformTetracycline HCl [107]
PEG-PLAChloroformDoxorubicin HCl [94, 108]
PAA/PAH blendDeionised waterMethylene blue [109]

PCL: poly( -caprolactone); PEO: poly(ethylene oxide); PVA: poly(vinyl alcohol); PLGA: poly(D,L-lactide-co-glycolide); PLLA: poly(L-lactic acid); PEVA: poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate); PEG: poly(ethylene glycol); PAA: poly(acrylic acid); PAH: poly(allylamine hydrochloride).