NOVEL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM
The fascinating world of “Novel Drug Delivery Systems” is yours to explore. In this book, we set
out on a thrilling voyage through the constantly changing field of drug distribution, where groundbreaking discoveries and fresh ideas are revolutionizing how we use and perceive medication.
It is our honor to expose to the enormous world of innovative drug delivery systems and
explore their principles, uses, and promise to transform healthcare as the author of this
comprehensive resource. This book’s rigorous planning ensures a thorough comprehension of the
subject matter by covering a broad variety of subjects that line up with the drug delivery systems
We go into the fundamentals of controlled medication delivery systems in Unit-I. We discuss
controlled release formulation language, meanings, and justifications. We investigate the design
concepts of diffusion, dissolution, and ion exchange for creating controlled release formulations.
We also look at drug formulation-relevant physicochemical and biological characteristics.
Polymers and the creation of formulations and we categorize polymers according to their
characteristics and talk about their benefits for controlled release medication delivery systems.
Methods for microencapsulation are introduced in Unit II. We explore implantable drug delivery
devices and acquire understanding of mucosal drug delivery systems, including bioadhesion and
mucoadhesion concepts. Transdermal drug delivery methods are examined in Unit-III, with an emphasis on skin penetration
and the variables that affect it. We look into transdermal medication delivery system components
and permeability enhancers. We also explore techniques for delivering gastroretentive drugs, such
as floating and high-density systems, inflatable systems, and gastro sticky systems. We address
nasal and pulmonary routes, formulation strategies, and delivery devices as we examine the
Nasopulmonary drug delivery system.
Targeted drug delivery is the subject of Unit-IV, which examines theories, methods, and the
potential of liposomes, niosomes, nanoparticles, and monoclonal antibodies.