Drug Delivery Technology

The distribution of drugs has the potential to revolutionise the treatment of retinal illnesses. There are many medications that are reasonably effective in treating retinal diseases, but their effectiveness is limited by delivery concerns such as the necessity for the molecule to pass the blood–eye barrier, stay present for long periods of time, or the need to minimise side effects. Drug delivery technology, whether it's cellular delivery systems, microelectromechanical (MEMs)-based devices, polymer matrices, or gene delivery systems, can solve the challenges of having drugs at a physiologically relevant concentration for extended periods of time or in a localised delivery system.

  • Nanoparticles.
  • Microchip technology.
  • Microneedle patches.
  • Ultrasound-guided delivery.


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