Inhalation Monday, January 22, 2018
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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: Quality/Compliance
PK bioequivalence testing when between-batch variability is high: A multiple-batch proposal (Free)
A proposal that reduces the risk of false failures to show PK BE, with no serious drawbacks and without increasing the risk of wrongly concluding BE
General Features
An update on the activities of IPAC-RS (Free)
IPAC-RS working groups focus on testing, regulatory affairs and patient-related needs
Previewing Drug Delivery Partnerships 2018 (Free)
Drug Delivery Partnerships will be held January 22-24, 2018 at the PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, FL, US.
The influence of lactose fines in dry powder inhaler formulations (Free)
A study of the extent to which micronized lactose fines may improve dispersion behavior of DPI formulations
Back Page: Reducing carbon footprints of metered dose inhalers (Free)
HFC-152a has potential as a propellant and its safety and formulation behavior are being investigated.
2018 Editorial Calendar

Coming Next Issue
Back Page: Sugar during pregnancy and allergy/allergic asthma in children
Cross-industry organizations: AAPS INTFG
Inhalation & Respiratory Drug Delivery USA Congress 2018
Issue focus: Product development/Contract testing
Nasal airway models for in vitro characterization
Regulatory considerations for cybersecurity and data privacy
Respiratory Drug Delivery 2018
Special section: Formulation development/Excipients
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