Abstract: Transdermal drug delivery systems are drugs administered topically as patches that deliver drugs at a predetermined and controlled rate for systemic effects. Theoretically, transdermal patches work on a very simple principle. The drug is administered at a relatively high dose to the inside of the patch, which is worn on the skin for an extended period of time. Through a diffusion process, the drug passes directly through the skin into the bloodstream. Summary: Transdermal patches are medicinal adhesive patches that are applied to the skin and used to deliver a specific amount of medication through the skin into the bloodstream. References: https://www.formulationbio.com/transdermal-patches-drug-delivery-system-services.html
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