Ashok A. Hajare, Sachin S. Mali, Sonali S. Gorde, Jyoti D.Thorat, Sachin S. Salunkhe
Ashok A. Hajare1*, Sachin S. Mali1, Sonali S. Gorde2, Jyoti D.Thorat1, Sachin S. Salunkhe1
1Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Pharmacy, Near Chitranagari, Kolhapur, 416 013, Maharashtra, India.
2Department of Pharmaceutics, Modern College of Pharmacy (For Ladies),
Moshi, Pune 412105, Maharashtra, India.
Volume - 7,
Issue - 4,
Year - 2014
Needle free injection techniques can be used to administer vaccines and medications in the pork industry. In this review we have discussed history of diabetes mellitus with its whole introduction, types of insulin, need for needle free insulin technology, insulin pumps, intraject drug delivery, current needle free devices in the market. Needle free injection offers a fast, effective route of administration. Needle free injection technology has been used widely in clinical practice for many decades and has been shown to be safe and effective for the administration of many different medications for a variety of applications, including immunization and mass inoculation of large populations. Diabetes mellitus is a chronic condition that has a major impact on the lives of people with diabetes and their families and may complicate family functioning. An insulin injection is always became a painful experience to a diabetic patient. It definitely affect the patient compliance of the diabetic patient. The needle free insulin technology is the best alternative to the pains and needles. With oral drug delivery there is one another drug delivery that is insulin drug delivery with osmotic pump and handheld controllable injections. The future work that would most benefit the controllable NFTI project would be to create a tissue model that would allow the correlation of jet power with depth of injection. This also has implications for a human market for this device. Future work in this area could drastically improve healthcare for animals and humans alike.
Cite this article:
Ashok A. Hajare, Sachin S. Mali, Sonali S. Gorde, Jyoti D.Thorat, Sachin S. Salunkhe. Narrative Review: A Rational Approach to Needle Free Insulin Technology. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 7(4): April, 2014; Page 470-480.