Ocular Drug Delivery system - A REVIEW
Sanket Gajanan Patil, Omkar Salunkhe, Pranjal Chougule, Nilesh Chougule
Ocular drug delivery system, eye, ocular diseases, nanoparticles, dendrimers, retrobulbar.
One of the difficult methods in new medication delivery systems is ocular drug delivery. Although the eye is a vital organ of the human body, it occasionally experiences diseases or problems for a variety of reasons. Ocular medication delivery systems (with a suitable dosage form) are used to treat eye diseases and disorders, depending on the nature and severity of the medical problem. Only some parts of the surface of ocular medication distribution are constrained and therefore require a smaller dose than systemic circulation. Ocular problems are treated with medication applied topically because of blood flow obstacles in the eye. For this reason, it is important to understand anatomy and physiology as the drug is administered in several ways. Conclusion: This review discusses the challenges and obstacles in the paths of proposing a novel ocular drug delivery targeting rug along with their possible remedies. Various ocular delivery barriers, such as the ocular surface barrier, and lacrimal fluid eye barrier along with the blood ocular barrier have been discussed that need to be overcome for designing new ocular drug delivery.
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Unique Paper ID: 162042

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 7

Page(s): 531 - 537
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