Topical Delivery for Analgesic Medications
- Friday, 29 February 2008
A company seeks new non-oral delivery mechanisms for analgesics. Non-oral methods avoid the stomach and the intestine. These new mechanisms might be topical; that is, in contact with the outer layer of the skin. However, other nonoral mechanisms are open for consideration. Non-oral administration bypasses both the stomach and the liver and can deliver more active to the bloodstream more quickly per dose.
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