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.
"…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
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
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