World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

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An International Peer Reviewed Journal for Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences
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Sharma Shubham*, Patidar Akshat and Chopra Reet


Despite being widely adopted, traditional medication delivery technologies fall short when compared to more
modern, cutting-edge drug delivery techniques in terms of effectiveness. Some medications have a range of
optimal concentrations, and within this range, the greatest effect is obtained. If a drug's concentration is above or
below this range, it may be harmful or have no therapeutic effect at all. On the other hand, a multidisciplinary
approach to the delivery of medicines to the targets in the tissues is becoming increasingly necessary given the
relatively modest improvement in the effectiveness of the treatment of severe diseases. Many drug delivery and
drug targeting methods are now being developed with the goal to decrease drug degradation, boost drug
bioavailability, limit negative side effects, and raise the proportion of the drug accumulating in the desired zone.
Transitioning a drug from a standard form to an unique delivery mechanism can significantly improve its
performance in terms of patient adherence, safety, and efficacy. The release of a medicine at a precise spot at a
specific pace presents a number of challenges that can be greatly reduced by a novel drug delivery system that is
properly developed. Pharmaceutical companies are developing innovative drug delivery systems as a result of the
desire to provide medications to patients effectively and with fewer side effects. Novel drug delivery systems
(NDDS) are carriers that keep drug concentrations in the therapeutic range for longer periods of time and, if
needed, can also carry drug material to the site of action.

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