Nanosuspensions: a new approach for organ and cellular targeting in infectious diseases

@article{Ranjita2013NanosuspensionsAN,
  title={Nanosuspensions: a new approach for organ and cellular targeting in infectious diseases},
  author={Shegokar Ranjita},
  journal={Journal of Pharmaceutical Investigation},
  year={2013},
  volume={43},
  pages={1-26}
}
Most of the infectious diseases depending upon the stage of infection need treatment at least for a month to several years e.g. tuberculosis, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Medication by oral administration is of choice in all treatments, but unfortunately use of large doses resulting from drug poor solubility and bioavailability leads to toxicity. The problem of solubility should be solved in easiest way to reduce dose and to increase bioavailability thereby decreasing the unnecessary… CONTINUE READING

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