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 a few fluid filled lesions in the oral cavity, which ruptured spontaneously. She had a history of pain and burning sensation while swallowing and her first ...
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...