Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Nanovesicular transdermal delivery patches have previously had success: A beginning step toward a giant leap in drug delivery
Kadae Eediga Sailaja, Bhupalam Pradeepkuma
Without a doubt, nanoformulations are extremely useful tools for applications involving medication delivery. Watching the initial notions and ideas evolve during this current "golden age" of pharmacological nanocarriers. When optimising and ensuring the safety and effectiveness of these systems, prior successful initiatives must be taken into consideration before the process of choosing the potatoes can begin. Nano vesicular systems have become popular because they are commonly perceived as non-toxic, biocompatible, and easy-to-produce formulations. At the outset of this review, a summary of the numerous nano vesicular transdermal systems and successful attempts are given. The authors have had some success in the past in creating various nano vesicular systems for transdermal medication delivery.
Delivery, Drug, Literature, Nano vesicles, Polymer, Transdermal.
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