Nanomedicine is a rapidly expanding field because of its benefits over conventional drug delivery technology, as it offers site-specific and target-oriented delivery of therapeutic agents. Nanoparticles and Nanocarriers Based Pharmaceutical Preparation presents a structured summary of recent advances and discoveries in nanomedicine and nanocarrier-based drug delivery. The book covers several key topics in a very simple and easy to understand language. Readers will be familiarized with many types of nanocarriers that have been developed over the past decade, the pharmaceutical formulations composed of organic and inorganic materials as well as their clinical benefits. Chapters are written with the help of authoritative sources of knowledge with the goal of building a foundational understanding of novel drug delivery systems. Since the subject matter is interdisciplinary, it will be of interest to students, teachers and researchers in a broad range of fields, including pharmaceutical sciences, nanotechnology, biomedical engineering and material sciences.
Pharmaceutical chemists, R&D researchers and students of pharmaceutical sciences, nanotechnology, biomedical engineering and material sciences