current public health crisis we are experiencing, it is top-of-mind for
many companies to improve their medical equipment, particularly for
inhaled medication. For this scenario, it is critical to patient outcomes
to account for the movement of particles and solid matter present in a
fluid flow, as in dry powder medicine.
the interaction between the active pharmaceutical ingredient, its
carrier, and the inhaler to deliver the correct dosage in the respiratory
system remains a challenge.
webinar, you will learn how delivery can be vastly improved with
well-designed equipment, using computational fluid dynamics (CFD)
together with discrete element modeling (DEM) to design a dry powder