Разработка и регистрация лекарственных средств

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В обзоре литературы представлены сведения о полимерах, применяемых для эмболизации кровеносных сосудов. Рассмотрены существующие и перспективные средства для эмболизации сосудов. Особое внимание уделено полимерам и композициям на их основе, способным образовывать гели при введении в кровеносное русло.

Об авторах

С. А. Кедик
Московский технологический университет (ИТХТ)

В. В. Суслов
Московский технологический университет (ИТХТ)

А. П. Малкова
АНО «Институт медико-биологических исследований и технологий» («ИМБИИТ»)

Е. А. Шняк
ЗАО «Институт фармацевтических технологий»

Ю. М. Домнина
ЗАО «Институт фармацевтических технологий»

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Для цитирования:

Кедик С.А., Суслов В.В., Малкова А.П., Шняк Е.А., Домнина Ю.М. ГЕЛЕОБРАЗУЮЩИЕ ПОЛИМЕРЫ ДЛЯ СОЗДАНИЯ ЖИДКИХ ЭМБОЛИЗАТОВ. Разработка и регистрация лекарственных средств. 2017;(4):56-63.

For citation:

Kedik S.A., Suslov V.V., Malkova A.P., Shnyak E.A., Domnina Y.M. GEL-FORMING POLYMERS FOR EMBOLIZATION. Drug development & registration. 2017;(4):56-63. (In Russ.)

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