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A study on nose to brain drug delivery system | Original Article

Ali Rashed Ali Alazman*, Khalid Abdulrahman Almutairi, Yazeed Abdulrahman Alsolaimi, Amera Khalid Basha, Khalid Qublan Alharbi, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Since ancient times, the nasal route has been used as a method for precisely dosing and administering drugs for therapeutic and restorative purposes. This practise dates back to ancient times. Since the start of the 20th century, the fundamental effects of medications that are administered via the nasal route have been the focus of a growing amount of research and significance. Alternatives to the intra-nasal organisation of drugs include the parenteral route, which can be poorly constructed, and the oral route, which can lead to inadequately low bioavailability of medicines. Both of these routes are alternatives to the intra-nasal organisation of drugs. When it comes to delivering the considerable beneficial effects of medicines, the intra-nasal organisation of drugs offers a potential alternative to the parenteral route that is traditionally used. In light of the aforementioned circumstances, it is of the utmost importance to acquire knowledge regarding the advantages and disadvantages of the different nasal drug administration systems. As a result, the purpose of this research is to investigate the numerous pharmacological dose forms that may be utilised in the field or by a fundamental pharmaceutical organisation. The goal of this study is straightforward to improve our understanding of, and ability to put into practise, intra-nasal operations for the purpose of reaching certain therapeutic goals.