This presentation covers
2)The Basics of Airway System in Human body
3)Autonomic nervous system
4)What is Asthma
5)Asthma and Inflammation
6)Beta 2 agonists
9)Mast cell stabilizers
10) Leukotriene modifiers
12)Impact of Exercise on Respiratory Drugs
In this presentation
2)Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors
7)Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors
10)Potassium sparing diuretics
3. International Scenario
4. Indian Scenario
5. Some Important IPR related issues.
This lecture is part 3 of Pain and its treatment . In this lesson you can learn about chemistry, synthesis , and metabolism of analgesics such as Acetaminophen, Salicylates, NSAIDS, Propionic Acid Derivatives (“Profens”), Indene & Indole Acetic Acids , Phenylpyrazolones, and COX-2 Selective Inhibitors .
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Recently, Controlled Release (CR) systems have become a very useful tool in medical practice, offering a wide range of actual and perceived advantages to the patients. CR Systems are designed to maintain constant therapeutic plasma concentration of the drug within the therapeutic range of drug over prolonged periods. These delivery systems offer numerous advantages in comparison to conventional dosage forms, which include fewer doses per day or week and reduce in adverse effects
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Biodegradable polymeric systems represent delivering many bioactive agents, includingpeptide and protein drugs. The importance has been advanced in the understanding of peptide and protein pharmacology as well as the ability to bulk production of these compounds. Upon admistration some plymer undergoes sol-gel transition.. In situ gel formation happens in response to one or a combination of two or more stimuli they include UV-irradiation, pH change, temperature change, and solvent exchange.
Pulsatile drug delivery system (PDDS) are gaining importance as these systems deliver the drug at the right site action at right time and in right amount as per the pathophysiological need of the disease which enhances therapeutic activity of the drugs as well as decreases the adverse effects. The principle involved in PDDS is circadian cycle and one can treat the diseases which will exhibit circadian rhythm like asthma, peptic ulcer, cardiovascular diseases, arthritis, attention deficient syndrome in children, elevated body temperature, etc.
Pellets are small spherical free flowing units with improved flow properties and flexibility in formulation development and manufacture. Their size and shape allow their administration as injections and also for oral drug delivery. Various methods of pelletization are balling, drug layering, extrusion-spheronization, spray drying, spray congealing are available. They can be used to design various customized release profiles.
‘SMART’ drug delivery system (SDDS) is the multi targeted, pH responsive, Stimuli sensitive delivery systems. ‘SMART’ drug delivery systems are capable of self regulation, integrated sensing, monitoring and remote activation.
The ever increasing demands of the performance of pharmaceutical formulations with respect to, e.g., storage stability, increased dosage levels, greater bioavailability, fewer side effects, controlled release & biological response (e.g. Tissue distribution) constitute the main motivation for drug delivery research.
Various efforts in ocular drug delivery have been made to improve the bioavailability and to prolong the residence time of drugs applied topically onto the eye.
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> Basics of drug delivery systems
> General aspects for design and development of DDS
> General concepts of ocular drug delivery routes
> various pros and cons of ocular drug therapy
conventional tablets cannot be swallowed with out water. However, water or any other fluid is needed, by the patients, in most of the cases to swallow the capsule or tablet. The difficulty in swallowing, more commonly termed as dysphagia, is apparent in patients of all age groups, especially the pediatrics and geriatrics. The result is a high incidence of non compliance and ineffective therapy.
Pulmonary Drug Delivery describes various systems, devices, formulations, and methods of delivery of drugs to the lung for the treatment of diseases of the respiratory tract for systemic delivery via the lung. it offer advantages that Supply drugs into the bloodstream directly. Its allow for those molecules that currently can only be delivered by injection.
Metabolomics is the new emerging techniques in the series of ‘Omics’ and it is the systematic study of metabolites and its profile. Though this technique is seems to be new, the concept was born few decades before and as the analytical techniques are well developed the concept of Metabolomics is getting easier. There are some advantages and limitations, the advantages should be further developed and Limitations should be defeated to reach the height of success in the World of Drug Discovery and Science
> Convenience of administration & patient compliance are gaining significant importance in the design of dosage forms.
> In recent times, more stress is set on the development of an organoleptically elegant and patient-friendly drug delivery system for pediatric and geriatric patients.