نتایج جستجو برای Controlled drug delivery-systems

تعداد نتایج: 1529421  

2006
SHWETA ARORA, J. QURESHI,

Pulsatile systems are gaining a lot of interest as they deliver the drug at the right site of action at the right time and in the right amount, thus providing spatial and temporal delivery and increasing patient compliance. These systems are designed according to the circadian rhythm of the body. The principle rationale for the use of pulsatile release is for the drugs where a constant drug rel...

2012

Controlled release drug delivery systems 1 are those dosage formulations designed to release an active ingredient at rates, which differ significantly from their corresponding conventional dosage forms. The controlled release drug delivery systems are aimed at controlling the rate of drug delivery, sustaining the duration of therapeutic activity and/or targeting the delivery of the drug to a ti...

M Hashemi Shabestari, MN Sarbolouki,

Background and aim: Eczema is a common inflammatory skin disease. Although history and physical examination are important in diagnosis of allergen, because of extent of environmental allergens, those are not simply recognized. The objective of this study was to determine allergens in patients with contact or atopic dermatitis referred to Razi hospital.Materials and Meth...

2005
Steve I. Shen, Bhaskara R. Jasti, Xiaoling Li,

22.1 PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF 22.7 BIODEGRADABLE/ERODIBLE DRUG 22.2 DELIVERY SYSTEMS 22.9 22.2 ROUTES OF DRUG 22.8 OSMOTIC PUMP 22.10 ADMINISTRATION 22.3 22.9 ION EXCHANGE RESINS 22.11 22.3 PHARMACOLOGICAL AND 22.10 NEW MACROMOLECULAR DELIVERY BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS 22.4 APPROACHES 22.12 22.4 PRODRUG 22.4 22.11 CONCLUSION 22.14 22.5 DIFFUSION-CONTROLLED DELIVERY REFERENCES 22.14 SYSTEMS 22.5 2...

Journal: :Acta poloniae pharmaceutica 2010
Suvakanta Dash, Padala Narasimha Murthy, Lilakanta Nath, Prasanta Chowdhury,

In this paper we review the mathematical models used to determine the kinetics of drug release from drug delivery systems. The quantitative analysis of the values obtained in dissolution/release rates is easier when mathematical formulae are used to describe the process. The mathematical modeling can ultimately help to optimize the design of a therapeutic device to yield information on the effi...

2010
Yie W. Chien,

Over the past decades, the treatment of illness has been accomplished by administering drugs to the human body via various pharmaceutical dosage forms, like tablets. These traditional pharmaceutical products are still commonly seen today in the prescription and over-the-counter drug marketplace. To achieve and maintain the drug concentration in the body within the therapeutic range required for...

2014
S. Deepu, Molly Mathew,

Controlled release drug delivery systems provide uniform concentration of drug to the absorption site and thus allow the maintenance of plasma concentration within the therapeutic range which minimizes not only the side effects but also the frequency of administration. Oral Sustained release (SR) products provide an advantage over conventional dosage forms by optimizing properties of drugs in s...

2012
Kovanya Moodley, Viness Pillay, Yahya E. Choonara, Lisa C. du Toit, Valence M. K. Ndesendo, Pradeep Kumar, Shivaan Cooppan, Priya Bawa,

Recent pharmaceutical research has focused on controlled drug delivery having an advantage over conventional methods. Adequate controlled plasma drug levels, reduced side effects as well as improved patient compliance are some of the benefits that these systems may offer. Controlled delivery systems that can provide zero-order drug delivery have the potential for maximizing efficacy while minim...

A common approach for building a drug delivery system is to incorporate the drug within the nanocarrier that results in increased solubility, metabolic stability, and improved circulation time. However, recent developments indicate that selection of polymer nanomaterials can implement more than only inert carrier functions by being biological response modifiers. One representative of such mater...

Journal: :Journal of controlled release : official journal of the Controlled Release Society 2012
Ahmed O Elzoghby, Wael M Samy, Nazik A Elgindy,

Albumin, a versatile protein carrier for drug delivery, has been shown to be nontoxic, non-immunogenic, biocompatible and biodegradable. Therefore, it is ideal material to fabricate nanoparticles for drug delivery. Albumin nanoparticles have gained considerable attention owing to their high binding capacity of various drugs and being well tolerated without any serious side-effects. The current ...

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