1st Edition

Microneedling in Clinical Practice





ISBN 9781138035690
Published October 2, 2020 by CRC Press
166 Pages 36 Color & 6 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Microneedles provide an artificial pathway across the skin barrier for medical and cosmetic applications. This technology has seen a significant increase in popularity over the past years; as an example, the use of multiple small needles mounted on a roller to pierce the skin, prompting it to stimulate collagen production, has undergone a resurgence of interest as an adjunctive procedure for a number of skin disorders. This monograph draws together what is known about how to integrate microneedle technology into clinical dermatologic practice.

Table of Contents

List of Contributors

  1. Microneedles and Trandermal Transport
  2. Ashley Clarke and Raja Sivamani

  3. Skin perforation and solid microneedles
  4. Michael L Crichton and Mark Kendall

  5. Dissolvable and Coated Microneedle Arrays: Design, Fabrication, Materials, and Administration Methods
  6. Emrullah Korkmaz and O. Burak Ozdoganlar

  7. Hollow Microneedles
  8. Iman Mansoor and Boris Stoeber

  9. Microneedles vs other transdermal technologies
  10. Yeakuty Jhanker, James H.N. Tran, Tarl W. Prow, and Heather A.E. Benson

  11. Combination of Microneedles with other methods
  12. Sahitya Katikaneni

  13. Medical Applications of Microneedles
  14. Samantha Tran and Raja Sivamani

  15. Therapeutic drug and biomolecule monitoring potential for microneedle technologies
  16. Sahan A. Ranamukhaarachchi and Urs O. Häfeli

  17. Commercialized Microneedles
  18. Kang Ju Lee, Seung Hyun Park, Ji Yong Lee, and Won Hyoung Ryu

  19. Considerations for Clinical Trials Involving Microneedle Devices
  20. Janet Tamada

  21. Cosmetic Applications
  22. Aunna Pourang and Kourosh Beroukhim

  23. Dermatotoxicology of Microneedles in Man

John Havens Cary, Becky S. Li, and Howard I. Maibach

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Editor(s)

Biography

Boris Stoeber, PEng, PhD is Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering, Research Chair in Microfluidics and Sensing Technology, Faculty of Applied Science, University of British Columbia, Vancouver

Raja K Sivamani, MD, MS (Bioengineering), AP is  Ayurvedic Practitioner, Pacific Skin Institute; Adjunct Associate Professor of Clinical Dermatology, Director of Clinical Research, University of California, Davis; Associate Professor of Dermatology, California Northstate University, College of Medicine; and Adjunct Assistant Professor, Co-Director of Microbiome Labs Research Initiative, Department of Biological Sciences, California State University, Sacramento

Howard I. Maibach, MD is Professor, Dermatology, School of Medicine, University of California at San Francisco