Published in 1998: Electronically Controlled Drug delivery provides an overview of advances in drug delivery using electronics to regulate the delivery profile and optimize therapy.
Table of Contents
Section 1: Introduction
1. Electronically Assisted Drug Delivery: An Overview
Bret Berner and Steven M. Dinh
2. Home-Based Circadian-Optimized Cancer Chemotherapy
William J.M. Hrushesky
Section 2: Fundamentals
3. Electrical Properties of Skin
Jagdish Singh, Steven M. Dinh, and Bret Berner
4. Skin Tolerability: Irritation
Smita Amin and Howard I. Maibach
5. Pharmacokinetics and Dynamics of Temporal Delivery
Ronald R. Burnette
7. Iontophoresis of Peptides
M. Begona Delgado-Charro and Richard M. Guy
Section 3: technical Applications
8. Glucose Monitoring Using Electro-osmotic Transderman Extraction
Janet A. Tamada and Russell O. Potts
9. Medtronic SynchroMed Infusion System
Kenneth T. Heruth
Mark R. Prausnitz
Bret Berner, Ph.D., is Vice President of Development and Analytical Sciences at Cygnus Inc.
Steven M. Dinh, Sc.D., is currently Head of Transdermals Pharmaceutical Research and Development.
"…this book is a very worth-while addition to the books on drug delivery…does a good job of educating the reader on the research…"
--S. Venkatraman, Journal of Controlled Release, 60