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the act of delivering or the condition of being delivered

extrication from danger or confinement

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the event of giving birth

the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession) from one party to another

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With the passage of time, hydrogels have been revolutionized to become one of the promising drug delivery carriers for controlled drug delivery [14, 15].
Floating drug delivery systems: An approach to oral controlled drug delivery via gastric retention.
Known as the father of controlled drug delivery and tissue engineering, Professor Langer has been cited as "one of history's most prolific inventors in medicine".
7) Vyas S P, Khar R K (2001) Controlled drug delivery concepts and advances, 1st ed, vallabh prakashan, delhi: 29-33.
Session 9 on Polymers in Drug Delivery will include the following presentations: "Synthesis of polymeric biocompatible materials for controlled drug delivery by means of supercritical technology," Juan Francisco Rodriguez, Antonio de Lucas, Ignacio Gracia and Eng Rosario Mazarro, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain; and "Triggered release of therapeutics from medical polymers," Colin McCoy, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Birmingham, AL; 205-917-2220), a company engaged in the development of controlled drug delivery technologies, announced that is has entered into a collaboration with AstraZeneca (Wilmington, DE) to investigate the feasibility of an injectable sustained release formulation of an undisclosed drug using Southern BioSystems' SABER drug delivery system.
The biodegradable nature of the hydrogels also allows for the complete release of medication into the body when they are used for controlled drug delivery.
is the leader in controlled drug delivery systems and should continue to benefit from a rising stream of royalties from licensees, as well as increasing sales of its own proprietary drugs.
There is a need for the development of reliable coatings that allow for controlled drug delivery at a lower dose and minimal dislodgement of the coating into the distal vessel.
We hypothesize that anisotropic lipid coatings can produce concentration-independent reduced burst release and prolonged controlled drug delivery from reservoir to sink.
The contributors compare new capabilities introduced by nanotechnology to traditional methods of release, target and controlled drug delivery in the body.
Two major avenues to controlled drug delivery are being pursued today.
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