Electric drug delivery goes on trial in US
This article was originally published in Clinica
A new hand-held device which delivers drugs through the skin using short bursts of electricity is in clinical trials in the US. Genetronics Biomedical has used the device on the first five volunteers at the San Diego Pain Management Center to test the system's effectiveness in delivering the local anaesthetic lidocaine.
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