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Patient use & evaluations of Aerobika* device across 23 UK Centres
RESULT: Improved CAT scores, 92% patients continuing Tx, 87% HCP (very) happy.

Poster Discussion Presentation: Wednesday 02 October: 8:30 - 10:30
Session 510, 7B
Poster PA5267

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In vivo study showing deposition outcomes with scintigraphy for neb alone or neb plus OPEP
RESULT: Combining neb plus OPEP offers the potential for optimal combined therapy.

Poster Discussion Presentation: Tuesday 01 October: 12:50 - 14:40
Session 461, TP-31
Poster PA4529

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Lab study evaluating medication delivery MDI alone vs new portable spacer
RESULT: Portable spacer provides optimum delivery without need for inhalation coordination.

Poster Discussion Presentation: Tuesday 01 October: 12:50 - 14:40
Session 419, TP-16
Poster A4229

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Breathing simulator & ADAM models used to evaluate 6 different spacers
RESULT: Large differences in delivery efficiency were observed; substitution should be avoided.

Poster Discussion Presentation: Sunday 29 September: 12:50 - 14:40
Session 114, TP-18
Poster PA963

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Presented at ISAM Congress 2019:

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Presented at ISAM Congress 2019:

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Presented at ATS 2019:

  • This study has shown there is a relatively linear association of airway pressures with increase in gas flow when using the device over the gas flows investigated.
  • The VersaPAP* device could be considered to provide short-term positive pressure support to a patient if there was no direct access to the use of non-invasive mechanical ventilation.

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