Innovation in transdermal delivery systems
This article was originally published in Clinica
New transdermal drug delivery systems received considerable attention at the Controlled Release Society's 22nd international symposium in Seattle, Washington, US, late last month. Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers described their use of ultrasound to transport drugs through the skin (see this page). Medicines passively diffusing - not permeating - at a slow rate are most enhanced by the application of ultrasound, they reported.
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