A Hybrid Microfluidic Device for Active Control of Drug Delivery
|Organization:||McMaster Univeristy, Ontario, CA|
|I.P. Brief:||An integrated system combining a microneedle device, a drug reservoir and an electro-osmotic micropump has been developed using low-cost manufacturing technologies. This device will provide pain-free delivery of therapeutic agents in a controlled, sustained release manner with no associated complications.|
|Keywords:||Microelectromechanical system, microneedle, drug delivery, electro-osmotic pump, polydimethylsiloxane, sustained release|
|Primary Industry:||Biotech & Medical|
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