Microneedles for Drug Delivery : Trends and Progress 1 2

@inproceedings{Cheung2018MicroneedlesFD,
  title={Microneedles for Drug Delivery : Trends and Progress 1 2},
  author={Karmen Cheung and Diganta Bhusan Das},
  year={2018}
}
10 In recent years there has been a surge in the research and development of microneedles, a 11 transdermal delivery system that combines the technology of transdermal patches and 12 hypodermic needles. The needles are in the hundreds of micron length range and therefore 13 allow relatively little or no pain. For example, biodegradable microneedles have been 14 researched in the literature and have several advantages compared to solid or hollow 15 microneedles, as they produce non-sharp waste… CONTINUE READING

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