Enhancement of Bioavailability of Some Cardiovascular Drugs by Novel Nano-carrier Delivery System
Alisha Banafar1, Shiv Shankar Shukla2, Sandip Prasad Tiwari3, Chanchal Deep Kaur1, Dhanush Ram Turkane4, Alok Singh Thakur4, Jhakeshwar Prasad5* and Monika Bhairam6
1Rungta College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, India
2Columbia Institute of Pharmacy, Tekari, India
3Faculty of Pharmacy, Kalinga University, India
4Shri Shankaracharya Institute of Pharmaceutical Science and Research, India
5Shri Shankaracharya College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, India
6Columbia Institute of Pharmacy, India
*Corresponding Author: Alisha Banafar, Rungta College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, India, Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 26, 2022; Published: May 30, 2022
Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) have emerged as a major danger to human life and health. Despite the fact that numerous medicines working through various mechanisms of action are available in the market as traditional formulations for the treatment of CVDs, they are still far from adequate due to poor water solubility, limited biological activity, non-targeting, and drug resistance. With the advancement of nanotechnology, nano-drug delivery systems (NDDSs) provide a novel drug delivery mechanism for the treatment of CVDs, displaying significant advantages in tackling the aforementioned difficulties. Nonetheless, several issues with NDDSs, such as cytotoxicity, must be addressed. The kinds and targeting techniques of NDDSs were covered in this study, as well as recent research advancements in the diagnosis and management of CVDs. In order to give new ideas for the enhancement of cardiovascular medications, future prospects for nano-carriers in drug delivery for CVDs include gene therapy. Furthermore, its safety was addressed in the evaluation.
Keywords: Nano-drug Delivery System; Cardiovascular Disease; Targeting Strategy; Application Progress; Safety
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