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CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS OF NEW DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS. Pradeep Kumar, Mahesh Tanwar, Manish, Mamta Seth

CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS OF NEW DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS.

Pradeep Kumar, Mahesh Tanwar, Manish, Mamta Seth

International Journal of Natural Product Science 2012: Spl Issue 1:50.

Abstract (RBIP-50)

Quest for New Drug Delivery System (NDDS) has got new impetus since early eighties to have improved therapeutic outcome from the same drug, because the NDDS have several advantages over the conventional dosage forms. Novel Drug Delivery Systems present health professionals with a broad range of arsenals to treat diseases with never before efficacy, safety & precision. Several types of NDDS have been developed during last few decades like Microparticles, Nanoparticles, Osmotic Modulated Drug Delivery Systems, and Brain Targeted Delivery System etc. NDDS have been and are being developed in order to attain greater control over a drug’s pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics after administration so that the dosage forms thus produced would be highly effective, safe and better than the conventional products. The driving force behind the development of NDDS has been two-fold. Advantages of these systems are that they are clinically effective and are economical. It is hoped that with more and more research endeavours being focussed into this arena, in near future, a large portions of the conventional dosage form would be replaced by these NDDS and an overall betterment of health care delivery is expected with that change over.
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