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Respiratory Drug Delivery (RDD™) Europe 2017 will be held April 25-28 at the Palais des Congres d'Antibes in Nice (Antibes), France. As of March 11, the following companies, who have recently advertised in Inhalation, were listed on the conference website as exhibitors. Additional exhibitors are added continually. Content is provided by the companies listed. No product endorsement or preference is intended.
Aptar Pharma
Our patented eDose Counter for Metered Dose Inhalers (MDIs) is designed to be easy-to-use and reliable, and contributes to patient compliance. Our unique sensing technology offers direct detection of the spray, which eliminates risks of miscounting. The sensing technology is versatile and compatible with any metering valve design. In addition, our eDose Counter for MDIs includes inhaler priming and medication reminders-to-use and end-of-product-life warnings (flashing digits), while remaining cost-effective.
France: + 33 1 39 17 20 20
Astech Projects, Ltd.
Astech Projects specializes in the supply of automated inhaler testing equipment for all device types. Astech's award-winning X-Products® range, which includes Xelair®, Xelize® and Xelox®, provides robust, durable and consistent testing for Dose Content Uniformity (DCU) and Particle Size Determination (PSD) including Andersen and NGI Impactors. Custom automation solutions are also available for waste firing, physical device testing, emitted dose weight, vision and inspection. Astech also offers a comprehensive maintenance and support service called REACTS®, providing peace of mind for the lifetime of a system.
UK: +44 1928 571797
Capsugel's recent investments and acquisitions have advanced its integrated approach to drug design and delivery via inhalation. Innovative drug products are developed for dry powder inhaler (DPI) devices based on the company's unique combination of particle engineering, premier spray drying expertise and capabilities, and customized DPI-grade capsules. Particle engineering, utilizing spray dry technology as well as micronization and nano-milling processes, supports pulmonary and nasal drug development from concept to commercialization.
US: +1 888 783-6361
Copley Scientific
Copley Scientific will preview its new Critical Flow Controller—the TPK™ 2100—for dry powder inhaler (DPI) testing at RDD Europe. Copley's critical flow controllers are considered industry standards for the set-up, control and monitoring of all the parameters associated with USP/Ph.Eur. test methods. The TPK 2100 focuses on automation, in order to speed up processing time and improve reproducibility, while enhancing data output; all important requirements in this highly regulated environment.
UK: +44 1159 616229
H&T Presspart
H&T Presspart and Cohero Health are launching a market-ready, fully-embedded, intuitive, connected metered dose inhaler (eMDI) established to optimize care of patients suffering from asthma and COPD. It is the only eMDI integrated seamlessly with BreatheSmart from Cohero Health, a comprehensive respiratory disease management platform that uniquely enables tracking of both controller and rescue medications, along with clinically accurate lung function measurement, in real time.
UK: +44 1254 584131
MSP Corporation
MSP offers a comprehensive line of qualification services for inhaler testing equipment. As a trusted leading supplier of DDU and PSD testing equipment, MSP's qualification service offerings are also value-added. At competitive prices, cascade impactors (all types) and their accessories, flow meters, flow controllers, leak testers, and all inhaler testing instrumentation are qualified and returned to MSP's customers in 10 business days or less, with on-site services also available upon request. MSP is committed to helping its customers maintain the quality of their inhaler testing equipment, enabling the highest levels of productivity.
US: +1 651 287-8100
Next Breath
Next Breath is a full-service, cGMP-compliant laboratory specializing in the analytical testing of drug delivery systems. We provide comprehensive solutions for the product development process, from formulation and CMC support to finished batch release and post-approval stability studies. Learn more by attending our poster session, "Advancing the Determination of In Vitro Similarity in Tiotropium Formulations for Inhalation."
US: +1 410 455-5904
Proveris Scientific
At RDD Europe 2017, Proveris Scientific is introducing new Proveris by Design™ Lab Studies to help customers achieve a more complete understanding of the ways interactions between devices, formulations and human usage drive product performance. This understanding saves pharmaceutical companies significant time and money by reducing time to market. Our expert scientists guide customers in optimizing formulation and spray delivery device combinations to accelerate product development. We also invite you to attend our workshop on streamlining pMDI development on Wednesday afternoon, April 26.
US: +1 508 460-8822
Qualicaps® specializes in two-piece capsules, the delivery system of choice for pharmaceutical dosage forms for more than a century. At RDD Europe, they will showcase many of their two-piece capsule products. Their new corporate website is designed and developed to enhance user experience by providing a more interactive interface and easy-to-access information about the company, its capsules and related equipment. It has a detailed menu for friendly and rapid navigation, downloadable materials and is available in multiple languages.
US: +1 336 449-3783
RDD Online
The RDD Online exhibit table features our patented Nephele Mixing Inlets, including the Nephele II and III, specifically designed for AGI and NGI use. Mixing inlets allow the use of cascade impactors to establish the APSD under simulated breathing conditions. Also featured will be MDI and DPI Dosage Unit Sampling Apparatus (DUSAs) starter kits, which are USP and EP compliant. Details of future RDD conferences will also be available.
US: +1 804 827-1490
STAR-CCM+ can be used to assist doctors in making difficult clinical decisions by providing key insight into symptomatic behaviors. In respiratory medicine in particular, the flow within the patient's airway can be simulated, highlighting how an obstruction is affecting breathing. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) models, based on anatomical data sets of the mouth cavity, nasal cavities or lungs, are also successfully used to design better inhalation devices. With this, modeling drug transport can now be used to support clinical trials.
US: +1 713 334-4311
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