Systems for delivering medications into or throughout the body are known as drug delivery systems. The delivery technique, such as a pill you swallow or an injection of a vaccine, is one of these technologies. Drug "packaging"—such as a micelle or a nanoparticle—that shields the drug from deterioration and enables it to move wherever it is needed in the body is referred to as drug delivery systems. The targeted distribution of medications will be made easier and their side effects will be lessened with further advancements in this field. Routes of delivery and delivery vehicles are the two general categories into which current research on drug delivery systems can be divided.
There are many different methods to take medications, including by injection, inhalation, skin absorption, and swallowing. Vaccination without discomfort using a microneedle patch: Because of their small size, the needles can transport medications painlessly even though they penetrate the epidermis and do not reach the nerves. Robotic pill for complicated drug oral administration.
By enabling the medication to go precisely where it needs to go, drug delivery vehicles can enhance drug targeting.
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