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Dispersible powders for inhalation applications

The poor powder dispersibility found with current DPI and pMDI formulations of micronised drugs can be overcome through the use of PulmoSphere™ technology.

Dr Jeffry Weers, Inhale Therapeutic Systems (January 2001)

Keywords: homogenisors, formulation & finishing, fluid bed processing, hard capsules, syringes, tablet, tabletting, transdermal drug delivery, inhalation technologies, injectables, polymer delivery systems, polymer drug delivery, inhalation, injection, lipid, soft capsules, nasal delivery, silicone based delivery systems, powders, sachets, separation, formulation, Inhale Therapeutics Systems, DPI, pMDI, micronised drugs, PulmoSphere, dispersible powders, inhalation applications

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