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Recent Marketed Product Use in Novel Drug Delivery System

Pranit Saraswat*, Ritesh Kumar Tiwari, Pragati Khare and Priyanka Bhatt Department of Pharmacy, Shri Ram Murti Smarak College of Pharmacy, Bareilly. A B S T R A C T The goal of any ideal drug delivery system is to provide a therapeutic amount of drug to the proper site in the body to achieve prompt response, and thus maintain the ... Read More »

Formulation and Evaluation of Transdermal Patches of Carbamazepine

Dronamraju. Nirmala Kumari*, Kondru. Lalitha, Kinnera. Poosha, Sureddy. Lakshmi Prasanna, SK. Moulabi Department of Pharmaceutics, Mother Teresa Pharmacy College, Sathupally, Khammam, Telangana, India A B S T R A C T The aim of the present investigation was to prepare Carbamazepine Transdermal patches of matrix type and membrane controlled type using the HPMC, NaCMC and PVP in different ratios by the ... Read More »

Formulation and Evaluation of Transdermal Patches of Carbamazepine

Dronamraju. Nirmala Kumari*, Kondru. Lalitha, Kinnera. Poosha, Sureddy. Lakshmi Prasanna, SK. Moulabi Mother Teresa Pharmacy College, Sathupally, Khammam District, Telangana State A B S T R A C T The aim of the present investigation was to prepare Carbamazepine Transdermal patches of matrix type and membrane controlled type using the HPMC, NaCMC and PVP in different ratios by the solvent ... Read More »

Therapeutic Potential of Novel Drug Carrier Ethosomes: An Overview

ABOUT AUTHOR Lokendra Singh Nirwan* Maharishi Arvind Institute of Pharmacy, Jaipur-302020, Rajasthan, India *E-mail: blackhack1947@gmail.com        Abstract Ethosomes are the ethanolic phospholipid vesicles which are used mainly for transdermal delivery of drugs. Ethosomes are soft, malleable vesicles composed mainly of phospholipids, ethanol (relatively high concentration) and water. These “soft vesicles” represents novel vesicular carrier for enhanced delivery to/through skin. ... Read More »

PowderJect Device: A needle free tool for transdermal drug delivery

About author : S.S Siddheshwar*, M. R. Shiradkar, S.B. Somwanshi, R.T. Dolas, A.N. Merekar, S. R. Pattan Dept. of  Pharmacy, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur (A.P), India *e-mail: ssiddheshwar@gmail.com Introduction The major drawback of drug administered subcutaneously is its invasiveness, which leads to pain and discomfort to the patients. Drug delivery using patches and diffusion through the skin has the merit of being ... Read More »

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