Published Studies

We are excited to be "exhibiting" at this year's virtual ERS International Congress where we are also presenting 4 clinical posters. The virtual congress takes place from 7 September - 9 September. If you are attending, please visit our Industry Profile Page by clicking on the link below.

 

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CLINICAL POSTERS

 

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Effect of Inhalation Patterns on the Delivered Dose of Symbicort from a Dry Powder Inhaler Compared to a Metered Dose Inhaler plus Valved Holding Chamber

 

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PRESENTED AT VIRTUAL ATS 2020

 

  • Evaluations of inhaler use have demonstrated that mishandling of MDIs is commonplace.
  • One of the most common errors is the failure to coordinate inhalation with actuation of the inhaler
  • One of the reasons why VHCs are often prescribed, is to reduce the severity of this error
  • This Functional Respiratory Imaging (FRI) based study assessed the likely severity of a short inhalation delay (from actuation) with an MDI alone and how it contrasted to the use with a VHC

 

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RDD 2020 - E-Poster Presentation

COPD is a chronic and progressive disease that requires regular self-administration of inhaled medications. However, as the disease progresses, reduced respiratory muscle strength may prevent patients from generating sufficient inspiratory effort to effectively use dry-powder inhalers (DPIs) [1, 2]. In contrast, patients can inhale slowly or breathe tidally from a pMDI with VHC without the need to coordinate with inhaler actuation [3].

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RDD 2020 - E-Poster Presentation

The 2019 Global Strategy for Asthma Management and Prevention (GINA) report identified that the majority of patients are not able to use their inhalers (all types) correctly, and most people with incorrect technique are unaware of the negative effects this can have on the efficacy of drug delivery [1].

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