Volume 4 (2018) - Issue 6, June
We report a case of Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) associated with the use of etodolac, sulfasalazine SR, ceftrioxime. The patient medical history shows that she is a known case of rheumatoid. She has no improvement of joint pain and developed few fluid filled lesions in oral cavity, which ruptured spontaneously. She had history of pain and burning sensation while swallowing and her first biopsy r...
Most of the existing anticancer drugs are very potent small molecules; their efficacy is constrained by their systemic toxicity, narrow therapeutic window, low drug loading, size control, scale up, cost of formulation but also as a result of drug resistance and limited cellular entry. Due to these obstacles, controlled and targeting or localized release technology has been replacing the systemic a...