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A Review: An Overview of Nanosuspension


Punam V. Wankhade, Vinayak A. Katekar, Dr. Swati Deshmukh


In the world of medicine, nanotechnology has become a huge field. A particle’s size range of 1-100 nm is referred to as Nano. Nanotechnology includes nanosuspensions. The solubility of many medications in water is poor. Drug nanosuspension is a generic formulation strategy that can be used to improve a drug’s therapeutic efficacy using any delivery method. When it comes to drug delivery applications, such as oral, topical, parenteral, ocular, and pulmonary routes, nanosuspensions are defined as extremely finely colloid, biphasic, dispersed, solid drug particles in an aqueous vehicle with a size below 1um and no matrix material. They are stabilized by surfactants and polymers. Nano suspensions offer enhanced drug solubilization and dispersibility, greater therapeutic efficacy, and decreased toxicity. Consequently, the current review.


Nanosuspension, bioavailability, poorly soluble drugs, drug delivery, high pressure homogenization


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A Review: An Overview of Nanosuspension. Punam V. Wankhade, Vinayak A. Katekar, Dr. Swati Deshmukh. 2024. IJIRCT, Volume 10, Issue 1. Pages 1-10.

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