Ocular transporters in ophthalmic diseases and drug delivery is the first text book in this field and offers up to date information to clinicians research scientists in academia and the pharmaceutical industry this work has clinical implications for drug development and therapeutic drug delivery making it an invaluable resource for readers. Topical instillation of ophthalmic drops is the most common method used to administer pharmaceutical agents for ocular disease 90 of ophthalmic drug formulations are for topical drop use methods of topical drug delivery include eye drops ointments suspensions contact lenses and some drug delivery devices. Ocular drug delivery system a review consequently it is imperative to optimize ophthalmic drug delivery one of the way to do so is by addition of polymers of various grades development . The complex anatomy and the existence of multiple barriers in the eye pose a considerable challenge to successful drug delivery to the eye hence ocular transporters and receptors are important targets for drug delivery a significant advancement has been made in the field of ocular transport research and their role in drug delivery. With its complex structure and the breadth of ocular disorders the eye presents unique challenges to drug discovery cambridge healthtech institutes fifth annual targeting ocular disorders conference provides a platform to discuss novel targets and disease pathways the latest drug delivery methods and the most promising emerging therapies for both front and back of eye disorders
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