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The standard Ph.Eur./USP Induction Port is known to poorly represent aerosol transport through the upper respiratory tract. Using more realistic throat and nasal models enables a more representative assessment of drug delivery to the target site.
18 March 2021; Nottingham, UK: Inhalytix™ is a completely new software solution from Copley, the global leader in inhaler testing equipment, that brings a…
01 March 2021, Nottingham, UK: Copley Scientific, the global leaders in inhaler testing equipment, is marking the company’s 75th anniversary with a significant upgrade…
Characterizing the Performance of Metered Dose Inhalers with Add-On Devices: New Methods For Clinically Relevant Testing
In Vitro Regional Deposition of Nasal Sprays in an Idealized Nasal Inlet: Comparison with In Vivo Gamma Scintigraphy John Z. Chen, Warren H. Finlay…
Improving In Vitro Test Methods for Nasal Drug Products In this article, Mark Copley, Chief Executive Officer, and Anna Sipitanou, Business Development Manager, both of…
Refining Test Methods for a New Generation of Nasal Drug Products The nasal drug product market is currently the focus of considerable research activity….
The regulatory landscape for OINDPs – the biggest shake-up in a generation?
Optimizing the Application of In Vitro Test Methods for the Demonstration of Bioequivalence in Orally Inhaled Products
Optimising the application of in vitro test methods for the demonstration of BE in OIPs
Demonstrating Bioequivalence of Orally Inhaled Products Safe and cost-effective treatments for respiratory diseases are facing a growing demand. The demonstration of bioequivalence within locally…
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