transdermal drug delivery


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transdermal drug delivery (TDD)

[-dur′məl]
Etymology: L, trans + Gk, derma, skin
a method of applying a drug to unbroken skin. The drug is absorbed continuously through the skin and enters the systemic system. It is used particularly for the administration of nicotine, nitroglycerin, scopolamine, testosterone, and contraceptives.
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So, it is really critical for transdermal drug delivery to improve newer permeation improving strategies to increase the number of drug substances that can be utilized in TDD.
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Because of variety of benefits in transdermal drug delivery, it has been one of the most desirable routes of drug administration.
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