Nitish Maini*, Saroj Jain, Satish Sardana
Hindu College of Pharmacy,
Sonipat, Haryana, India
Patients who may otherwise be unable to take medication may benefit from new electronic implants capable of dispensing drugs automatically. The Remote Intelligent Drug Delivery System (RIDDS), a device implanted under the skin and connected to a wireless control center, overcomes the inconvenience associated with taking drugs manually. Such devices include built-in sensors that allow health care workers to monitor pulse rate, blood oxygen levels and other functions. Based on the information, they can adjust how frequently the medication is delivered or increase or decrease amounts as necessary. Nowadays, the Remote Intelligent Drug Delivery System (RIDDS) is a potential demand as they will be especially beneficial for people with physical or mental disabilities, who would otherwise be unable to take medications on their own.