Dry powders are the most common type of inhalation test item currently, but also some of the most problematic. In a powder, there are inter-particle forces between all the particles that determine how they will flow and ultimately aerosolize. This is critical to understand prior to the start of running an inhalation toxicology study.
In this webinar, you will learn how determining physicochemical properties of powder test items can reduce aerosol generation variability and lead to more consistency in doses administered.
- David Farrow, MChem, Head of Inhalation Science, Inhalation Science, Charles River
- Poster: Inhalation Dosing in Juvenile Rabbits
- Poster: How Low Can you Go? Generation of Stable Dry Powder Aerosols at Less Than 10 Micrograms per Liter
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