Navigating the Nose
Could a new nasal delivery method finally get drugs to the central nervous system?
Stephanie Sutton |
Nasal drug delivery is considered non-invasive and can provide rapid therapeutic results – but it is also challenging because the nose is designed to filter out hazards rather than absorb drugs. Getting drugs to the upper nasal passages and the olfactory region is particularly difficult, but could open up the possibility of targeting the central nervous system.
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