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Step to Success in Nose-to-Brain Drug Delivery

The article “Step to Success in Nose-to-Brain Drug Delivery” offers an insightful overview of the advancements and challenges in the field of nasal drug delivery, particularly focusing on its application in treating central nervous system (CNS) disorders. This article encapsulates the key points and findings presented, emphasizing the significance of nasal drug delivery systems and the nose-to-brain drug delivery pathway.

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Author(s): Reenal Gandhi Gemma Budd
24 Nov 2022

Nasal drug delivery, as explored in the article, is an emerging area of interest for pharmaceutical companies and researchers. This interest is driven by the potential of nose-to-brain drug delivery to address a range of CNS-related illnesses, including Alzheimer’s and depression. The method is seen as a promising alternative to traditional systemic delivery methods due to its direct access to the CNS. However, the complexity and challenges associated with this delivery route are substantial, making it a demanding area for drug product development.

The article extensively reviews the current progress and understanding of nasal drug delivery to the CNS. It explores the critical aspects of drug delivery technology, the design of the drug delivery system, and formulation requirements. One of the key points highlighted is the selection of an appropriate nasal spray system, which is crucial for effective drug delivery. However, it’s important to recognize that the success of nasal drug delivery is not solely dependent on the delivery system but also on a combination of factors including the drug delivery technology, formulation properties, and patient administration technique. These elements collectively influence the deposition behavior of the drug.

A significant part of the discussion in the article revolves around the mechanisms that enable drug transport from the nasal cavity to the CNS. The challenging physiology of the nose is emphasized, illustrating the complexities involved in ensuring effective drug delivery through this route. The article also presents data on the performance of state-of-the-art devices used in nose-to-brain drug delivery, demonstrating the advancements made in this field.

Furthermore, the article provides a comprehensive review of the various factors that need to be considered during the formulation of nasal drug delivery systems. These considerations are critical to ensure that the drugs are delivered effectively to the targeted region in the CNS.

One of the highlights of the article is the work of Aptar Pharma, a company actively researching olfactory targeting. Aptar Pharma has made significant strides in this field, achieving an impressive 60% dose delivery to the olfactory region. This achievement is particularly notable as the olfactory region is associated with optimal drug transport to the CNS. The article showcases Aptar Pharma’s expertise and contributions to the field of nasal drug delivery, highlighting the company as innovative in this challenging domain.

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