Glossary

Transdermal

February 27, 2012

Dosage forms designed to deliver the API(s) through the skin into the systemic circulation. Transdermal systems are typically composed of an outer covering (barrier), a drug reservoir (that may incorporate a rate-controlling membrane), a contact adhesive to affix the transdermal system to the administration site, and a protective layer that is removed immediately prior to application of the transdermal system.
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