6 edition of Handbook of Particulate Drug Delivery found in the catalog.
Handbook of Particulate Drug Delivery
M. N. V. Ravi Kumar
October 31, 2006
by American Scientific Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||800|
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DESCRIPTION: Handbook of Particulate Drug Delivery is an attempt to bring together, under a single cover, the promising aspects of nano- and micro-particulate materials dealing with their chemistry, biology, engineering, and their medical aspects.
This work is the first ever published in this research area that draws on past decades of pioneering research on particulate drug delivery. COVID Resources.
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Handbook of Polyester Drug Delivery Systems - CRC Press Book In the quest for innovative drug delivery systems attempting to meet the unmet needs in pharmaceutical space, research has taken a much more complicated path that poses a significant challenge for translation.
Despite the progress made with novel materials, polyesters still remain at the helm of drug delivery technologies. This book provides a single source of reference of polyester drug delivery systems that covers a broad spectrum of materials design, manufacturing techniques, and applications.
Particulate interactions are crucial in determining drug dispersion and deaggregation, and ultimately the delivery efficiency of dry powder inhalers. This book combines principles established in surface and colloidal chemistry, with pharmaceutical powder by: Polymers for Controlled Drug Delivery addresses the challenges of designing macromolecules that deliver therapeutic agents that function safely and in concert with living organisms.
The book primarily discusses classes of polymers and polymeric vehicles, including particulates, such as latexes, coacervates, ion-exchange resins, and liposomes, as well as non-particulate vehicles such as enteric 3/5(3). Drug delivery that employs hydrogels is important because drug delivery systems (DDS) are able to control both concentration and distribution of the drug in the body with the aid of stimuli-responsive polymers.
Gels Handbook also contains an appendix, complete references, and data on gel compounds. Recently, polymer gels have attracted many. Particulate Drug Delivery Systems for Protein Drugs: An overview of Noninvasive Insulin Delivery Using Calcium Phosphate Particle Technology Chapter (PDF Available) January with Reads.
Nanoparticle Technology Handbook, Third Edition, is an updated and expanded authoritative reference providing both the theory behind nanoparticles and the practical applications of nanotechnology.
This third edition features twenty new chapters, providing a reference much broader in. The objective of this review is to elaborate lipid particulate drug delivery systems (LPDDSs), their applications, formulation methods, advantages and disadvantages, and perform an inclusive.
Invited Book Chapter. Kothapalli CR*. Polyelectrolyte multilayers for drug-delivery applications. Handbook of Particulate Drug Delivery, Ed. M.N.V. Ravi Kumar. American Scientific Publishers, pagesInvited Book Chapter. PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. Srinivasan P, Zervantonakis IK, Kothapalli CR*.
Theoretical and. Drug delivery systems (DDS) are an important component of drug development and therapeutics. The field is quite extensive and requires an encyclopedia to describe all the technologies. The aim of this book is to put together descriptions of important selective technologies used in DDS.
Important drugs, new technologies such as nanoparticles, as well as important therapeutic Reviews: 1. Surfactants and Polymers in Drug Delivery, Martin Malmsten Transdermal Drug Delivery: Second Edition, Revised and Expanded, edited by Richard H.
Guy and Jonathan Hadgraft Good Laboratory Practice Regulations: Second Edition, Revised. This book concentrates on the use of biomaterials in nanomedicine. The areas of focus include drug delivery by polymers, lipids, and carbohydrates for the delivery of small molecules, RNA interference, and proteins; the use of nano-proteins such as antibodies and peptides as targeting agents for therapeutics and diagnosis; the use of nanocarrier-baBook Edition: 1st Edition.
This handbook addresses the needs of those who are involved in inventing, developing, and testing implants and are concerned about the interactions between biomaterial and body tissue. The authors explore the physical, chemical, mechanical and regulatory. Handbook of Particulate Drug Delivery This 2-volume handbook covers recent advances in nanotechnology processes and applications for particulate drug delivery; preparation and characterization of polymeric nano- and micro-particles for pharmaceutical applications.
Handbook of Polyester Drug Delivery Systems book. DOI link for Handbook of Polyester Drug Delivery Systems. In contrast to the administration of a free drug, encapsulation of a drug inside polyester-based particulate DDSs not only ensures its protection in hostile environments and desirable release kinetics, but can also improve its Author: M.
Ravi Kumar. DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM Drug delivery is the method or process of administering a pharmaceutical compound to achieve a therapeutic effect in humans or animals.
Most common routes of administration include the preferred non-invasive peroral (through the mouth), topical (skin), transmucosal (nasal, buccal/sublingual, vaginal, ocular and rectal) and.
In: Ravi Kumar MNV (ed), Handbook of Particulate Drug Delivery, Vol. 2: Applications, American Scientific Publishers, Stevenson Ranch, CA,pp. Waeckerle-Men Y, Gander B, Groettrup M, Delivery of tumor antigens to dendritic cells using biodegradable microspheres. Polysaccharide Based Particulate (Micro and Nano Particulate) Drug Delivery Systems: One of the most important goals of drug delivery research is the design of micro and nano systems able to deliver drugs at the right place in the body sites at the rate required for a specific treatment and at the right dosage forms.
PLGA is a FDA-approved biocompatible and biodegradable polymer that is widely used in biomedical fields including drug delivery. Micro and nanoparticles based on PLGA have been extensively studied as drug delivery systems.
Numerous studies proved that PLGA particulate systems are highly promising drug carriers for tumor targeting as well as pulmonary, oral, ophthalmic and vaginal by: Modified-Release Drug Delivery Technology - CRC Press Book This two volume Second Edition describes the anatomical, physiological, pharmaceutical, and technological aspects of delivery routes, found in areas like: Oral Ocular Dermal and transdermal Vaginal Colonic Oral mucosal Nasal Pulmonary Providing insight and critical assessment of the many av.