Shalin, C., Arun, K.V., VImal, V.V.
Antihistaminic drugs are used to treat different types of diseases which usually involve an inflammation reaction. These agents will inhibit the release and the effects of inflammatory mediator histamines in the target area. In order to solve some of the physicochemical drawbacks and the limitations associated to conventional formulations of antihistaminic drugs, novel drug delivery systems, such as niosomes, liposomes, hydrogel, nano and micro particles, have been developed. Evolution of an existing antihistaminic drug molecule from a conventional form to a novel delivery system can significantly improve its performance in terms of patient compliance, safety and efficacy. In the form of a Novel Drug Delivery System an existing antihistaminic drug molecule can get a new life. Depending on the inflammation site and allergic condition, different types of administration routes also used to deliver the antihistaminic drug. The aim of the present review article is to compile the recent improvements of novel drug delivery technology of antihistaminic drug delivery.
Niosome, Liposome, Hydrogel, Nano particle, Antihistamines, Novel drug delivery
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Shalin, C., Arun, K.V., VImal, V.V. (2017). Comprehensive Review of Novel Drug Delivery Systems of Anti-histaminic Drugs. 6(1), 153-161.