Recent Update on Advanced Drug Delivery System

Year : 2024 | Volume : 01 | Issue : 01 | Page : 22-30

    Dr.Swapnila Roy


Over the past decade, there has been a growing interest in the use of artificial intelligence (AI)
technology for analysing and interpreting biological or genetic data, accelerating drug discovery,
and identifying selective small-molecule modulators or rare molecules in addition to predicting their
behaviour. The use of artificial neural networks (ANNs) for the rapid analysis of massive amounts of
data, the development of novel hypotheses and treatment plans, the prediction of disease progression,
and the assessment of the pharmacological profiles of drug candidates may significantly enhance
treatment outcomes.By gathering in the particular cancer areas, diagnostic tests utilizing
nanoparticles (NPs) allow biomarker identification and guarantee precise medication delivery
planning. AI and NPs for cancer targeting may be used to create sophisticated algorithms that better
categorise different cancers and comprehend complicated disease patterns. This is so that treatment
outcomes may be improved. AI offers enormous possibilities for automation, quicker patient
interpretation of complicated illness information, and faster processing of complex medical data.
Nano medicine and nano transport systems are rapidly developing technological know-how, in which
materials in small range are subjected to function method of diagnostic gear or to supply healing
agents to precise focused web sites in a controlled manner. Nanotechnology presents one-of-a-kind
blessings in treating chronic human sicknesses by website-precise and goal-oriented delivery of
specific medicines. There are numerous applications of nano medicine (chemotherapeutic retailers,
organic agents, immunotherapeutic agents etc.) in the treatment of numerous illnesses. This review
emphasizes how AI may assist in logically converting clinical data into useful insights for cancer
treatment advanced drug delivery systems in different diseases and approval process for drug devices
in India, EU and USA.

Keywords: Artificial intelligence (AI), cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, nanoparticles, drug devices’ approval process eumatoid

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Volume 01
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Received November 26, 2023
Accepted December 12, 2023
Published January 5, 2024

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