Webinar Series: Limiting Risks with Your Inhalation Test Item Formulation

How do you overcome the challenges associated with turning test items into robust aerosols for safety assessment testing? Using scientific processes and state-of-the-art knowledge and capabilities, we show you how we turn your test item into a stable and controlled aerosol for high-quality toxicology studies.

In this two-part webinar series, we’ll discuss what needs to be considered by our inhalation scientists prior to your study initiation to ensure high quality control of the inhalation administration.


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Physicochemical Profiling of Powders for Inhalation

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.



Aerosol Characterization: Defence Against the Dark Arts?

Before administering a test item to animals, the development of a reliable and reproducible aerosol generation process and distribution system needs to be undertaken. In many cases, a process of trial and error is used to find an approach that works.

In this presentation, you will see how science and data can be used to control the factors that affect an aerosol, giving a more stable and robust process within a preset timeframe.