iontophoretic


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i·on·to·pho·re·sis

 (ī-ŏn′tə-fə-rē′sĭs)
n.
The use of an electric current to transport an ionized substance, especially a drug, through the skin.

[From Greek ion, iont-, something that goes; see ion + -phoresis.]

i·on′to·pho·ret′ic (-rĕt′ĭk) adj.

iontophoretic

(aɪˌɒntəʊfəˈrɛtɪk)
adj
(Medicine) med relating to iontophoresis
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EyeGate reported positive top-line data from a prior Phase 1b/2a trial assessing iontophoretic EGP-437 in the treatment of ocular inflammation and pain in post-surgical cataract patients.
Structural modifications and tissue response after standard epi-off and iontophoretic corneal crosslinking with different irradiation procedures.
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The acquisition also meets our objective of expanding our development focus and building a diversified portfolio of ocular therapeutic assets led by EGP-437 and our iontophoretic delivery technology," commented Stephen From, President and Chief Executive Officer of Eyegate Pharmaceuticals.
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Additionally, although most of the studies attempt to induce vasodilatation at the intended site of capillary puncture, their methods vary from different ways of warming the skin (2,10-12,14,17,19,20) to vasodilatatory creams and iontophoretic techniques.
The topics are percutaneous absorption and enhancement strategies, experimental methods and tools for transdermal delivery by physical enhancement methods, microporation-mediated transdermal drug delivery, iontophoretic intradermal and transdermal drug delivery, skin electroporation and its applications, sonophoresis, selecting the optimal enhancement method for a specific drug molecule, the transdermal delivery of peptides and proteins, transcutaneous immunization by physical methods, and the commercial development of devices and projects.