International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Pharmacy | India | Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022

A Novel Drug Delivery System: Nanosuspension

Vivek Kumar Gupta [4] | Kaushal Kumar [3] | Ashish Mishra [5] | Prerna Gupta [3]

Abstract: Over the past two years, Very innovative technology has been developed in pharmaceutical R&D business. Automation of technology like high - throughput screening is driving the drug invention process, combinatorial chemistry, and computer - aided medicine design. There are several medication candidates with very high effectiveness. Regrettably, most of these drug candidates are not easily soluble in water. The use of drug nano suspension is a universal formulation strategy it can be used to enhance the therapeutic effectiveness of these drugs in any mode of delivery. Colloidal dispersions of drug particles are called nano suspensions. immobilized by a surfactant that is submicron in size. A nano suspension is an extremely dilute dispersion of Oral, topical, parenteral and pulmonary delivery of solid drug particles in aqueous solution. Solid size distribution the particles of nano suspension particle are typically the particles are smaller than a micron in size, with an average particle size of 201 to 601 nanometers. The nano suspension made of a pure weakly a medication that dissolves in water suspended in dispersion the absence of a matrix component. This review article discusses the physicochemical characteristics of the drug. Nano suspension technology of production and potential clinically benefits.

Keywords: Nanosuspension, Novel drug delivery system

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022,

Pages: 790 - 796

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