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Polymer Science: Peer Review Journal

Nanofibers As Implantable Controlled Release Systems

Submission: December 15, 2021;Published: January 20, 2022

Volume2 Issue5
January, 2022


Controlled release systems that release the active substance at the desired rate for the desired time have been developed to reduce the incidence of side effects seen in treatment with classical dosage forms and to increase the compliance of the patients with the treatment by reducing the frequency of drug use. Controlled release systems are systems in which the release time and rate are adjusted according to the desired purpose, and the active substance can be targeted to a specific area of the body. Controlled release systems have many advantages over conventional systems such as improved efficacy, reduced toxicity, and better patient compliance [1].

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