Formulation and Evaluation of Ointment of Valproic Acid
The objective of proposed study are as to the developed low dose maintenance therapy so reduce the risk of potential side-effects and improve patient compliance. The present study is focused on the development of transdermal drug delivery system (Patches) for sustain delivery of Valproic Acid.
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