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Abstract

The main issue that the researchers are dealing with is the targeted medication delivery to specified areas. A big step towards solving these issues has been the development of nanosponges. These tiny sponges may move through the body until they reach the intended place, where they adhere to the skin and start to release the medication in a regulated and predictable manner, which is more efficient for a certain dosage. The use of nanosponges, their manufacture, and assessment have all been covered in this review paper. Targeting medication distribution in a regulated manner depends heavily on nanosponges. For targeted medication delivery, a variety of pharmaceuticals can be put into nanosponge. Drugs that are hydrophilic and lipophilic can both be put into nanosponges.

Keywords

Targeted Drug Delivery, Controlled Drug Delivery, Nanosponges

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Siddhi J. Rakibe
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Department of Pharmaceutics, Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir Pharmacy College, panchvati Nashik – 422003

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Kanchan B. Benkule
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Department of Pharmaceutics, Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir Pharmacy College, panchvati Nashik – 422003

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Janhvi D. Borse
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Department of Pharmaceutics, Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir Pharmacy College, panchvati Nashik – 422003

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Ashish Y. Pawar
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Department of Pharmaceutics, Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir Pharmacy College, panchvati Nashik – 422003

Siddhi J. Rakibe*, Kanchan B. Benkule, Janhvi D. Borse, Ashish Y. Pawar, Nanosponges: A Modern Formulation Approach In Drug Delivery System, Int. J. in Pharm. Sci., 2023, Vol 1, Issue 7, 276-287. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8172945

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