An Impact of 3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGY in pharmaceutical formulation
K.Aaradhana, B.Gowry Snehitha, A.Revathi, A.Divya, B.Charu Hasini, Dr.I.V.Ramarao
One cutting-edge method for customising the design and production of medications is 3D printing .It is quickly evolving and employed in a variety of industries, including the aviation and defence sectors. Surgery, the pharmaceutical business, disease modelling, the creation of custom implants, the printing of organs, veterinary medicine, tissue engineering, and biomedical technology all employ 3D printing. The significance of current medication developed is the reliance on the "one-size fits all" approach. it is compounding process to improve flexibility, efficiency, safety, quality, trust, utility, and usefulness are all being improved through a compounding process. The "layer by layer fabrication" of three-dimensional objects using 3D printing technology uses computer designs. Depending on the material stacking technique, 3D printers often use laser, extrusion, or inkjet technologies. In addition to highlighting prospects, the assessment highlighted the technical and regulatory obstacles impeding the use of such technologies in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries and offered solutions. The use of 3D printed, customised medications may be the solution to the issue, drastically decreasing the need for dosage mistakes, treatment monitoring, and routine follow-ups with medical professionals.
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Unique Paper ID: 162037

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 7

Page(s): 508 - 519
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