Biocompatible Drug Delivery Device


Perera, S., 2007. Biocompatible Drug Delivery Device. A61K9/70- WO2007052042 (A2), 10 May 2007.

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A biocompatible drug delivery device in which the mean pore size in one or more layers is less than 100 [mu]m. The device may be a hollow fibre or a membrane comprising a number of hollow fibres or a microsphere. The invention also extends to a method for preparing porous hollow fibres or microspheres, to the apparatus for preparing said fibres and to the use of the fibres as drug delivery devices.


Item Type Patent
CreatorsPerera, S.
Uncontrolled Keywords70
DepartmentsFaculty of Engineering & Design > Chemical Engineering
ID Code30754


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