Routes of drug administration

Drug delivery is that the action of administering a drugs into the body for a therapeutic effect through various routes. Drug delivery technology modifies drug release profiles, pharmacokinetic parameters to boost product efficacy in addition as patient convenience. Conventional routes cannot deliver compounds like antibodies, proteins, gene, vaccine and gene based drugs because these routes are vulnerable to enzymatic degradation or can't be absorbed into the circulation efficiently thanks to large molecular size and charge issues. Technologies include controlled sustained, needle-free devices, controlled transdermal delivery technology along with penetration matrix technology for non-invasive delivery. Most of the innovative technologies for effective drug delivery are developed that features nanotechnology, implants, cell and peptide, micro fabrication, chemical modification and encapsulation. Biotechnology advances are resulting in develop medications to focus on diseases more effectively and precisely

  • Track 8-1Intravenous
  • Track 8-2Oral
  • Track 8-3Intramuscular
  • Track 8-4Subcutaneous
  • Track 8-5Intrathecal


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