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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 column provides quick snapshots on new or thought-provoking subjects in the industry.
Why do we know so little about absorption pathways in the lung?
The potential role of transporters in pulmonary drug disposition.
On the design of comparator clinical studies
It is hard to justify including a placebo arm in any study involving well-established receptor types.
Controlled release formulations for inhalation: Soon to appear?
The arrival of controlled release formulations may be imminent.
Leveraging digital health technology: Five ways to address barriers to inhaled medication
Supportive tools can lessen the burden of disease management and meet patients’ appetites to
integrate technology into daily health monitoring.
Rules in pharmacy and music: More in common than you might believe!
The works of Bach composed by rules of music are a remedy for the soul, as a pharmaceutical
drug can be a remedy for the body.
Exercise induced bronchoconstriction: The role of inhaled therapy in identifying stimulus and
The development of drugs to inhibit exercise induced bronchoconstriction (EIB) helped to
understand the mechanisms underlying EIB.
Modeling paradigms for orally inhaled drugs
A major challenge for inhaled drug development is the development of physiologically relevant
and predictive models.
Increasing participation in and improving outcomes from pMDI training
Pressurized metered dose inhaler technique training remains a significant issue, impacting not
only disease control but healthcare professional time and therapy costs.
Bridges for the asthma achievement gap
In 2012, GSK funded a collaboration that has resulted in a program in a group of schools called
"Building Bridges for Asthma Care," which puts students at the center of a new, school-based,
asthma management model.
Inhaled medical aerosols: A new training course in the Hawaiian Islands
A course for University of Hawai’i PharmD and PhD students aims to assist in helping residents
with lung diseases improve their quality of life.
Inhalatorium: A website dedicated to the history of inhalation therapy
An interview with Mark Sanders about his website and early examples of inhalation technology.
Exploring the potential of mannitol as an alternative to lactose in dry powder inhalation
Results support the use of processed mannitol in carrier-based blends for inhalation.
Comic books help educate kids about asthma and proper inhaler use
Meda Pharmaceuticals and Medikidz have launched the comic book
Medikidz Explain Asthma,
Lessons from UK asthma deaths: Improving asthma care
An enquiry to learn from asthma-related deaths and prevent future events.
Acoustic emission for characterization of inhaler performance
AE combined with chemometrics for evaluating inhalation device performance in an automated delivered dose analysis station.
A free online tutorial about cascade impaction from the IPAC-RS CI working group
Multiple 15-20 minute modules cover various facets of CI theory and practice for orally inhaled products.
Past Inhalation covers, with thanks to our three charter advertisers!
We look back at selected covers from Inhalation’s ten-year history.
Mimicking cigarette smoke exposure and patient-specific responses
Combining an airway-on-a-chip with a cigarette-smoking machine provides a better understanding of
smoke-related pathological changes in individual smokers.
Amish farming methods and significantly reduced asthma in children
A comparative study of Amish and Hutterite farm children provides new information about mechanisms
of protection from asthma.
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