alexa Abstract | Non Invasive Approach for Insulin Delivery: A Mini Review

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Present day major proportion of world population is affected by Diabetes mellitus. Insulin is a hormone secreted by pancreatic cells plays a key role in the management of diabetes mellitus. Diabetes mellitus if left untreated leads to further complications. So, Effective delivery of insulin can prevent or at least delay problems associated with diabetes mellitus. In spite of its drawbacks like needle fobia, skin rash, multiple doses a day till recent, parenteral route of administration remained the most commonly preferred way of insulin administration, so in order to bypass these complications various research is being carried out to develop alternate routes of insulin administration which can effectively manage diabetes mellitus. This article encompasses on various available techniques (approaches) applicable for non-invasive delivery of insulin into blood stream.

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Author(s): Thota A Terala A Dhama N and Badigeru R


Diabetes, Insulin, Non-InvasiveRoute, Patch, Clinical biochemistry, Clinical Laboratory Research, Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes

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