Recent Trends of Nanotechnology In Drug Delivery And Their Application-An Overview
Sandip Gavandi1, Santosh Jadhav2, Geeta Sapkale3
Controlled drug delivery systems (DDS) have several advantages compared to the traditional dosage forms. From the last few decades, there has been a considerable research on the basis of Novel drug delivery system, using particulate drug delivery systems as such drug carriers for small and large molecules. Nanoparticles, Liposomes, Microspheres, Niosomes, Pronisomes, Ethosomes, and Pro-liposomes have been used as drug carrier in vesicle drug delivery system. Various polymers have been used in the formation of Nanocarriers. Nanocarriers are colloidal particulate systems with size ranging between 10-1000 nm. This are used for the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of various diseases and physical approach to alter and improve the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamics properties of various types of drug molecules. Controlled and targeted delivery is one of the most valuable requirements from a carrier, which involves multidisciplinary site specific or targeted approach. Nanoparticulate drug delivery system may offer plenty of advantages over conventional dosage forms, which includes improved efficacy, reduced toxicity, enhanced biodistribution and improved patient compliance.
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