Recent Advances in 3D Printing for Parenteral Applications

@article{Ivone2021RecentAI,
  title={Recent Advances in 3D Printing for Parenteral Applications},
  author={Ryan Ivone and Yan Yang and Jie Shen},
  journal={The AAPS Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={23}
}
3D printing has emerged as an advanced manufacturing technology in the field of pharmaceutical sciences. Despite much focus on enteral applications, there has been a lack of research focused on potential benefits of 3D printing for parenteral applications such as wound dressings, biomedical devices, and regenerative medicines. 3D printing technologies, including fused deposition modeling, vat polymerization, and powder bed printing, allow for rapid prototyping of personalized medications… 
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