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  Ocular Drug Delivery: An Account
   

Abstract:

Eye diseases are commonly encountered in day to day life, which are cured or prevented through the conventionally used dosage forms like eye drops, ointments. Delivery to the internal parts of the eye still remains troublesome due to the anatomical and protective structure of the eye. The newly developed particulate and vesicular systems like liposomes, pharmacosomes and discomes are useful in delivering the drug for a longer extent and helpful in reaching the systemic circulation. In this review, we have briefly discussed several novel ocular drug delivery systems such as microemulsions, nanosuspensions, nanoparticles, liposomes, niosomes, dendrimers, and hydrogels. Current momentum in the invention of new drug delivery systems hold a promise towards much improved therapies for the treatment of vision threatening disorders.                                   

Date: 11, Oct 2012 Posted By: admin
   
 
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