Friday 24 August 2018

3D Printing of Pharmaceutical Drug Delivery Systems: (AOICS) - Lupine Publishers

3D Printing of Pharmaceutical Drug Delivery Systems by Diogo José Horst in Archive of organic and inorganic chemical sciences (AOICS) in Lupine Publishers

Three-dimensional printing (3DP) enables the development of diverse geometries through computer aided design using different techniques and materials for desired applications such as pharmaceutical drug delivery medicine. The FDA approval (2015) of printed-medicine opens up an unprecedented opportunity for the discovery of new compounds and technologies for the pharmaceutical industry development. This report shows some advantages, limitations, challenges and perspectives in concerning to 3DP of pharmaceutical grade formulations and polymers used for drug delivery systems.

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