Drugs can be applied to skin for two purposes: to directly treat disorders of the skin and to deliver drugs to other tissues.Non-pharmacological therapy for skin diseases includes the entire electromagnetic spectrum applied by many sources, such as lasers, X-rays, visible light, and infrared light. These approaches may be used alone or to enhance the penetration or alter the nature of drugs and pro-drugs. Good penetration of drugs in layer of skin gives good pharmacological effect.
Track 8-1 Dermal Pharmacology
Track 8-2 Reactions to Dermatologic Medications
Track 8-3 Dermatologic Therapy
Track 8-4 Cosmeceutical Compounding
Track 8-5 Antibacterial Agents
Track 8-6 Dermatitis