INTRODUCTION STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN Epidermis Dermis
Subcutaneous fat layer Hair and nails Sebaceous glands Eccrine sweat glands Surface characteristics PASSAGE OF DRUG THROUGH THE SKIN Model systems for skin Routes of absorption
Advantages and disadvantages of transdermal delivery FACTORS AFFECTING PERCUTANEOUS ABSORPTION. Individual variation Age Site
Occlusion Temperature Race Disease VEHICLES AND DEVICES PENETRATION ENHANCERS IONTOPHORESIS ELECTROPORATION SONOPHORESIS CONCLUSIONS REFERENCES
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