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Showing results in DDL27 – 2016

Inhaler device and errors

Podium

Henry Crystyn

Nebuliser Issues To Be Improved For The Pulmonary Administration Of Nano Encapsulations

Poster

A. A. Desta , K. C. Carter, T. Gourlay, A. B. Mullen

Performance Indicating Acoustic Emission Measurements on a Dry Powder Inhaler

Poster

Lars Karlsson, Lisa Holmstén, Mats Josefson, Roland Greguletz, Kyrre Thalberg, Staffan Folestad

Enrichment of the surface of spray-dried powder particles with a hydrophobic material to improve their aerosolization

Poster

Mohammad AM Momin, Ian G Tucker, Colin Doyle, John Denman, Shyamal C Das

Inhalable chitosan microparticles as tools in tuberculosis therapy

Poster

LC Cunha, AM Rosa da Costa, A Grenha

Paddle over disk as a dissolution test for orally inhaled drugs: discriminating composite from carrier-based formulations

Poster

Beatriz Fernandes, Filipa M. Maia, A. Mafalda Paiva, Maria Luisa Corvo, Eunice Costa

Synthetic KL4 peptide as new carrier of siRNA therapeutics for pulmonary delivery

Poster

Yingshan Qiu, Michael Y.T. Chow & Jenny K.W. Lam

Innovations in nebulized delivery

Podium

John N Pritchard

A deeper insight into the impact of chemical surface properties on inhalation performance

Poster

Niklas Renner, Hartwig Steckel, Nora A. Urbanetz, Regina Scherließ

Development of Inhalable Drug Formulations for Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

Podium

Ville Vartiainen, Janne Raula, Katri Koli, Marjukka Myllärniemi

Impact of Spray Drying on Superoxide Dismutase Activity in Composite Systems with Optimal Aerodynamic Performance for Dry Powder Inhalers

Poster

Diana A. Fernandes1,2, Raquel Barros1, Cláudia Moura1, Eunice Costa1 & Maria L. Corvo2

Ensuring the Consistency of Performance of Mesh Nebulizers

Poster

R. H M Hatley, L. E A Hardaker, A. P Metcalf, J. Parker, F. Quadrelli & J. N Pritchard

Clinically relevant in vitro tests for the assessment of innovator and generic nasal spray products

Podium

Mandana Azimi, P. Worth Longest, Jag Shur, Robert Price, Michael Hindle