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Abstract

AN OVERVIEW OF NOVEL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM WITH ITS TYPES AND DIFFERENT DRUG CARRIERS

Aishwarya B. Deshpande*, Dayanedeo B. Sumbre, Poonam M. Bachhav and Rupali V. Nirmal

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In Pharmaceuticals Different Drug delivery systems (DDS) are used as a formulation or a device that enables a therapeutic substance to selectively reach its site of action without reaching the non-target cells, organs, or tissues. Varieties of drug delivery systems are developed and many are in developing stages which are used for enhancing therapeutic action of drug as compared to conventional drug delivery system. In this review mainly focus on novel drug delivery system with its advantages and disadvantages. in NDDS mainly four types of drug delivery system are gives such as Sustained/ controlled- drug delivery, Localized drug delivery, Rate- pre-programmed drug delivery, Targeted drug delivery with its description, for these methods different types of drug carriers are used for preparation of dosage form in novel drug delivery system such as niosomes, microspheres, phytosomes, dendrimer, chitoson nanopartilces, emulgel and ethosomes with its different methods of preparation and advantages and disadvantages of each carrier.

Keywords: Novel drug delivery system, Niosomes, emulgel, Ethosomes, controlled release, sustained release.


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