Antifungal Nail Lacquer For Enhanced Transungual Delivery Of Ciclopirox Olamine


  • R.Suresh*, Balla Ramakrishna, Vivekanand Kishan Chatap


Transungual, Onychomycosis, Antifungal


Onychomycosis of the nails, onychomycosis is the most common nail disease. It is characterized by discoloration, brittleness and thickening of the nail infection and is usually caused by dermatophytes but can also be caused by non-dermatophyte molds and yeasts. Besides the negative effects of the nails, it can be painful and sometimes serious in some severe cases of the disease. There is also a link between onychomycosis and other fungal diseases (athlete's foot, hand, etc.) and the spread of hand infection to other parts of the body, etc. believed to spread. There is also a link between onychomycosis and HIV, which may indicate that patients are immune to the virus. It can also cause diabetes and uncontrolled diabetes, which is important for the disease. Other conditions that can increase the risk of onychomycosis are trauma, age, and peripheral vascular disease, although genetics also play a role. In addition, studies have shown that nail mold can affect patients' mental and health, affect their self-confidence and quality of life, and affect their ability to work. Because of its increasing global prevalence and greater prevalence in elderly patients or people with comorbidities, this is an important disease that needs to be addressed.