NANOTECHNOLOGY IN NOVEL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM
Nanotechnology is novel and having full scope of contribution in the field of human health care. Recent advances suggest that nanotechnology will have a profound impact on diseases prevention, diagnosis and treatment. It will allow faster drug absorption, controlled dose release with minimized side-effects. Nanotechnology plays a crucial role in revolutionizing the field of surgery, detection of disease like cancer. Drugs with high toxic potential can be given with a better safety profile with the utility of nanotechnology. It is an ideal targeting system should have long circulating time, it should be present at appropriate Concentrations at the target site, and it should not lose its activity or therapeutic efficacy while in circulation. Our aim is to review the potential applications and various drug delivery system of nanotechnology.
Keywords: Nanotechnology, health care, side-effects, revolutionizing, concentrations.
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