What is medicated permeability? Discuss the type of mediated permeability.
What is medicated permeability?
This refers to the ability of the medicine in reaching the intended body system by a means of body liquids and body organs which are in a concentration manner without any change in chemical composition
Discuss the type of mediated permeability.
One of them includes selective permeability which is a property of cellular membrane that is responsible for allowing certain molecules to enter or exit the cell. They are vital in the cell since they maintain the internal order irrespective of any change of the environment conditions
H(2)O(2)-mediated is also associated with pathological functions such as ischemia-reperfusion and inflammation which are responsible for the care of wound since it has special features which include tissue compatibility, softness and its ability to accelerate the healing of wounds.