International Journal of Biochemistry & Physiology (IJBP)

ISSN: 2577-4360

Review Article

Revolutionizing Drugs Administration: Techniques in Drug Delivery and Development

Authors: Samuel HS* and Ekpan FM

DOI: 10.23880/ijbp-16000238


The safety, compliance, and therapeutic efficacy of pharmaceuticals have been greatly improved in the last few years by notable developments in the drug development and administration fields. An overview of significant advances and approaches affecting medication development and distribution is given in this abstract. The administration of pharmacological chemicals to humans and animals for therapeutic purposes is known as drug delivery, and it is a primary area of concern. The safety-to-efficacy ratio of approved drugs has been investigated using a variety of strategies, including dose titration, therapeutic drug monitoring, and personalized drug therapy. Furthermore, a lot of emphasis has been paid to innovative drug delivery techniques such controlled drug release, sustained release, and targeted delivery. Even while conventional drug administration methods are still widely used, these innovations seek to overcome some of its shortcomings. Up to forty percent of pharmaceutical items on the US market are expected to use these cutting-edge techniques by 2000. The efficient transportation of therapeutic agents or naturally derived active compounds to their intended locations for the treatment of various illnesses has been made possible by recent advancements in delivery systems. In order to precisely convey pharmaceuticals to their targeted areas, whether it be a specific location or for the regulated release of medicinal compounds, state-of-the-art technologies must be created. Although various drug delivery strategies have showed promise, obstacles still need to be overcome.

Keywords: Drug Delivery; Techniques; Medicine; Nanoparticles

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