The Futuristic Microchip Drug Delivery System - A New Identification Tool

Ranajit Nath, Ratna Roy, Jisu Das, Kritideepa Nath, Priyanka Kurmi, Ambika Mandal
2021 International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology  
The microchip medication delivery system is the most incredible technique to administer medicine over a lengthy period of time without requiring the patient's intervention. It is made up of a number of drug-filled sockets (typically 50-300) that release medication at specified intervals. A large number of reservoirs may be built on a single microchip via micro fabrication. The substance to be administered is injected into the reservoir. The reservoir can hold a variety of chemicals or other
more » ... ounds in various dosages. In recent years, several studies have been performed to enhance medicine delivery productivity and to find a dependable method for medication distribution inside the body. Despite the fact that the controlled release system is the most significant drug delivery technology, micro drug delivery methods for hormones, vaccines, and anticancer medicines have seen a rise in attention. This article basically seeks information regarding the mechanism of action of microchip , its clinical and preclinical studies and its applications in the delivery of the drugs.
doi:10.32628/ijsrst21849 fatcat:3inf6hftpvfmnnreglopr5n6pm