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Current Nanomedicine

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ISSN (Print): 2468-1873
ISSN (Online): 2468-1881

Review Article

The Emerging Role of Nanosuspensions for Drug Delivery and Stability

Author(s): Hitesh Kumar Dewangan*

Volume 11, Issue 4, 2021

Published on: 27 December, 2021

Page: [213 - 223] Pages: 11

DOI: 10.2174/2468187312666211222123307

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Abstract

Poor solubility of some medicinal compounds is a serious challenge that can be addressed by using a nano-suspension for improved delivery. The nanoparticles enhance the bioavailability along with the aqueous solubility of the drug, which is accomplished by increasing the active surface area of the drug. The gained attention of the nanosuspension is due to its stabilization facility, which is achieved by polymers, such as polyethylene glycol (PEG), having a particular size range of 10 - 100 nm. Hence, these nanoparticles have the capacity of binding to the targeted with very low damage to the healthy tissues. These are prepared by various methods, such as milling, high-pressure homogenization, and emulsification, along with melt emulsification. Moreover, surface modification and solidification have been used to add specific properties to the advanced therapies as post-processing techniques. For many decades, it has been known that water solubility hampers the bioavailability and not all drugs are water-soluble. In order to combat this obstacle, nanotechnology has been found to be of specific interest. For elevating the bioavailability by increasing the dissolution rate, the methodology of reduction of the associated drug particles into their subsequent submicron range is incorporated. For oral and non-oral administration, these nanosuspension formulations are used for the delivery of drugs.

Keywords: Nano-suspension, drug delivery, bioavailability, cell membrane, medicinal compounds, nanoparticles.

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