Drug Delivery to the Lungs11. December - 13. December 2019
DDL 2019 - Drug Delivery to the Lungs
is organised by the Aerosol Society to promote the science of particle distribution and its application in aerosols.
Pharmaceutical aerosols including metered-dose inhalers (MDIs) and dry powder inhalers (DPIs) are devices that deliver a specific quantity of drug to the lungs. The particle size distribution of the delivered dose is critical for inhalation aerosols because it greatly influence the deposition profile in the lungs of the patient.
We will show with our laser sensor HELOS and modular INHALER adapter on our booth how time-resolved and reproducible analyses of the size distribution of droplet mists and solid aerosols will be analysed.
You are welcome at our booth.