The Self Nanoemulsifying Drug Delivery
System (SNEDDS) is a novel drug delivery system that
improves the water solubility of drugs that aren't easily
dissolved in water. It is an isotropic mixture of oil,
surfactant, and cosurfactant particles, as well as a codissolvable atom. Its drug delivery system is both
thermodynamically and actively stable. Under gentle
fomentation, the drug conveyance framework is trailed by
weakening of watery medium, such as GI liquid, and it
can come from stable O/W Nanoemulsion. Globules with
a diameter of less than 100nm. It is an important type of
drug delivery system for maintaining the substance's
solidity as well as dissolvability. The Self Nanoemulsifying
Drug Delivery System (SNEDDS) is a significant
application on BCS Class II and Class IV drugs for
upgrading ineffectively water soluble drugs.
Nanoemulsion, Mini-Emulsion, Submicron Emulsion, Surfactant, Self-Emulsifying System and Pseudoternary Phase.