Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : sensor

A critical review on electro-analysis of clinically important drug Paracetamol

Mamta Latwal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 2763-2772

Paracetamol have been extensively used in both the human and veterinary clinics due to its
antipyretic and analgesic properties.It is considered as a well-tolerated drug in patients
suffering from aspirin intolerance, ulcers, or difficulty in blood clotting. It is very important to
monitor the doses of paracetamol in the patient’s body under examination since the overdose
results in accumulation of toxic metabolites which may cause severe adverse effects. Due to a
wide use of paracetamol and the adverse effects of its over dose, it is alwaysbeing an
interesting issue to develop suitable techniques for its quantitative as well as qualitative
analysis. The development of simple, convenient, highly sensitive, versatile, fast and economic
techniques is very necessary to control the over uses of this drug causing many side effects.
Various techniques used for the determination and detection of paracetamol have been
reviewed in this paper predominantly focusing on electro-analytical methods.


Neelansh Sharma; Vishal Mutreja; Hardeep Kaur

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 4519-4528

Electrochemical sensors are a class of sensors in which the transducer component is the
electrode. These methods are presently utilized in a wide assortment of business
applications. These sensors are significant for some factors: the utilization of the electron
for signal obtaining, which is known to be a perfect model for logical applications, without
squander age; scaling down in versatile gadgets (test microvolume investigation); quick
examination; and minimal effort of creation, permitting these techniques to be promoted
(for example as business glucose sensors). Moreover, the advancement of electrochemical
sensors is assisting with upgrading different procedures, for example, identifiers for
chromatography. Electrochemical sensors are getting progressively exact, particular, exact,
and profoundly delicate when joined with nanotechnology.