Inhalation Friday, July 21, 2017
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Inhalation is the only technical publication devoted exclusively to readers involved in development and production of pulmonary or nasal delivered pharmaceuticals.

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This Month's Focus: Nasal Delivery and Nebulizers
Overlooked opportunities for nebulizers in inhalation product development (Free)
Nebulized medication use is growing faster than that of inhalers, yet most companies focus on bringing new inhalers to market. What opportunities might they be missing?
General Features
Cross-Industry Organizations: An introduction to the Association of Inhalation Toxicologists (AIT) (Free)
The AIT will celebrate its 36th year in 2017 and aims to promote discussion of research in inhalation toxicology.
A preview of Inhalation Asia 2017 (Free)
Inhalation Asia 2017 will be held September 13-15, 2017 at the University of Macau, Macau (China).
A novel aerodynamic sizing method for pharmaceutical aerosols using image-based analysis of settling velocities (Free)
A simple, optical method for estimating APSDs through direct measurement of particle settling velocities using image-based analysis and particle tracking techniques.
Back Page: NIH issues new guidelines for prevention of peanut allergy in children (Free)
An expert panel has issued clinical guidelines for early introduction of peanut-containing foods to infants to prevent the development of peanut allergy.
2017 Editorial Calendar

Coming Next Issue
Back page: A device for rehabilitating donated lungs
Cross-industry organizations: The Aerosol Society
Inhalation toxicity of graphene and its derivatives
Issue focus: Particle characterization
Special section: Particle manufacturing
Test methods that could lead the user astray: Total Emitted Mass
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