S. Jamzad, R. Fassihi, Development of a controlled release low dose class II drug-Glipizide, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 312 (2006) 24-32. P.L. Mamani, R. Ruiz-Caro, M.D. Veiga, Matrix tablets: the effect of hydroxypropyl ...
Author: Ali Demir Sezer
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
This contribution book collects reviews and original articles from eminent experts working in the interdisciplinary arena of novel drug delivery systems and their uses. From their direct and recent experience, the readers can achieve a wide vision on the new and ongoing potentialities of different smart drug delivery systems. Since the advent of analytical techniques and capabilities to measure particle sizes in nanometer ranges, there has been tremendous interest in the use of nanoparticles for more efficient methods of drug delivery. On the other hand, this reference discusses advances in the design, optimization, and adaptation of gene delivery systems for the treatment of cancer, cardiovascular, diabetic, genetic, and infectious diseases, and considers assessment and review procedures involved in the development of gene-based pharmaceuticals.
We include this appendix of testimonials and case histories so that you may orient yourself as to which smart drugs and nutrients you might like to try . We would like to include your experiences in Smart Drugs II and in our newsletter ...
Author: Ward Dean
Publisher: Smart Publications
Category: Health & Fitness
How to improve your memory and increase your intelligence using the latest discoveries in neuroscience.
ISBN 096271892 • Smart Drugs II: The Next Generation : New Drugs and Nutrients to Improve Your Memory and Increase Your Intelligence. By Ward Dean (M.D.), John Morgenthaler, Steven Wm Fowkes. Smart Publications. 1993.
Author: Nicolae Sfetcu
Publisher: Nicolae Sfetcu
Category: Health & Fitness
Information about drugs, side effects and abuse. Drug prescription, medication and therapy. online stores to buy drugs. Testing, interaction, administration and treatments for the health care. Medicine is the branch of health science and the sector of public life concerned with maintaining or restoring human health through the study, diagnosis, treatment and possible prevention of disease and injury. It is both an area of knowledge – a science of body systems, their diseases and treatment – and the applied practice of that knowledge. A drug is any biological substance, synthetic or non-synthetic, that is taken for non-dietary needs. It is usually synthesized outside of an organism, but introduced into an organism to produce its action. That is, when taken into the organisms body, it will produce some effects or alter some bodily functions (such as relieving symptoms, curing diseases or used as preventive medicine or any other purposes).
“Memory Drugs Create New Ethical Minefield.” The Wall Street Journal, October 1, 2004. ... “Brain-Boosting Drugs 'Not to Be Feared.'” New Scientist, 2686. December 14, 2008. ... Smart Drugs II: The Next Generation. Menlo Park, CA.
Author: David W. Group
Category: Social Science
This revised edition contains over one thousand entries, covering everything from common everyday foods to the latest in genetic research--and beyond. Each entry's properties are objectively evaluated based on the latest scientific evidence. Included are substances that not only claim to improve thinking and other brain functions, but those that presumably help prevent brain damage and degeneration, prevent aging and extend the human lifespan, enhance social skills and moral behavior, induce altered states of consciousness, and improve mood, stamina, and energy.
... DEA monitors amount produced in the United States methylphenidate is classified as a Schedule II drug intravenous abuse resulting in death abuse by family members is reported first report of intranasal abuse intranasal use resulting ...
Author: Ida Walker
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
It seemed like an easy answer. If a child was diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder—ADHD—give him Ritalin and all would be better. The answer—and the condition—turned out not to be that easy. Recreational Ritalin: The Not-So-Smart Drug provides an overview of ADHD and the drug most often prescribed to treat the condition. This book provides you with a description of other drugs like Ritalin and their effects, good and bad. You will also learn about ADHD and the controversy surrounding its diagnosis and treatment. But Ritalin and other drugs like it have moved out of the classroom and away from their legitimate uses in treating a medical condition. College students and young professionals are now using the drugs to gain that "extra edge" to achieve success. Recreational Ritalin: The Not-So-Smart Drug tells their stories as well. You will also discover how Ritalin abuse is being effectively treated.
... seizures is 10-20 g/day (approximately 1-2 rounded tablespoons), a phenomenally high dose by normal drug standards. ... the Smart Drug Update [see SDN v1n10] and the piracetam chapters in Smart Drugs & Nutrients and Smart Drugs II.
Author: Qadoshyah Fish
Category: Down syndrome
People with Down syndrome can do a lot; this is the reality. We will share with you, in this book, stories from people with Down syndrome who have excelled in many areas and live lives like many other people who do not have Down syndrome. We will also share with you stories about those with Down syndrome who have had medical problems and issues to deal with, yet give joy to those they come in contact with. -- Preface.
different types of pH-responsive nanomaterial and their mechanisms for smart drug-release applications. ... (ii) disruption (through bursting or swelling), and (iii) alterations of distribution-coefficient between the therapeutic agent ...
Author: Nabeel Ahmad
Category: Technology & Engineering
Intelligent Nanomaterials for Drug Delivery Applications discusses intelligent nanomaterials with a particular focus on commercial and premarket tools. The book looks at the applications of intelligent nanomaterials within the field of medicine and discusses their future role. This includes the use of intelligent nanomaterials for drugs used in cardiovascular and cancer treatments and examines the promising market of nanoparticles for biomedical and biosensing applications. This resource will be of great interest to scientists and researchers involved in multiple disciplines, including micro- and nano-engineering, bionanotechnology, biomedical engineering, and nanomedicine, as well as pharmaceutical and biomedical industries. Focuses on applications of intelligent nanomaterials within the field of medicine and discusses their role in the future Discusses intelligent nanomaterials, with a particular focus on commercial and premarket tools Examines the promising market of nanoparticles for biomedical and biosensing applications
Knoll research reported in W. Dean et al., Smart Drugs II – The Next Generation, Health Freedom Publications (1993) 84. D.S. Khalsa, Altern Ther Health Med, Vol 4(6), 1998, pp. 38–43 and R.M. Wu et al., Ann NY 89. 90. 91. 88.
Author: Patrick Holford
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Health & Fitness
OPTIMUM NUTRITION FOR THE MIND is the classic guide to improving your mood, boosting your memory, sharpening your mind and solving mental health problems through nutrition. The book outlines breakthrough discoveries on how specific essential fats, vitamins and minerals can improve depression and anxiety; discusses the effects of stress, alcohol and exercise on mental health; gives details of new discoveries in the treatment of autism and schizophrenia; and provides concrete and well-researched guidance for those with mental health difficulties. With a questionnaire-based method to work out your own nutritional programme for improving your mood, mind and memory this book is essential reading for anyone wanting to stay in top mental health throughout life, free from depression, memory decline and other common mental health problems.