Supplier's Corner

Travanti Pharma Introduces

August 17, 2006

WEDD, Wearable Electronic Disposable Delivery, developed by Travanti Pharma is a drug delivery platform that uses a unique, disposable power source embedded in a flexible transdermal patch, which together create an inexpensive drug delivery system that can be tailored to specific drugs. The system delivers drugs using self-contained, mini batteries that provide an electrical field to propel medication across the skin. The patch can then be discarded. WEDD can be used for prescription and over-the-counter drugs, as well as cosmeceuticals. More info: www.travantipharma.com.
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