Aerosolisation


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Aerosolisation

The dispersion of a material (e.g., liquids, powders) in the air.
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3,4] Nevertheless, because aerosolisation is frequent during disinfection procedures, it is recommended that respirators be worn and that healthcare workers be observed by infection control staff to reduce transmission that occurs from contact of the virus with the face or neck, most frequently during removal of PPE or on inadvertently touching the face.
Tolero is an optimised nebuliser designed for Vantobra and uses eFlow Technology to enable highly efficient aerosolisation of highly concentrated tobramycin inhalation solution.
Aerosolisation may also expose nurses to active doses of the drug ingredients that could be absorbed through, or cause irritation to, skin, mucous membranes and eyes.
Air sampling during steam cleaning confirmed the procedure did not cause aerosolisation of micro-organisms.
Vectura's Aerocine technology is part of the family of PowderHale powder formulation systems, which utilise specially selected components termed 'Force Control Agents' that modify the interactive forces between the active drug substance and the carrier particles, thus achieving optimal flow properties as well as superior de-aggregation and aerosolisation characteristics.
colisitin), CSA-13 may readily lend itself to administration by aerosolisation in order to deliver bactericidal concentrations of the agent into the lungs.
Dental staff can also be exposed to latex aeroallergens from powdered dental rubber dams that are usually stretched when used during dental procedures, so increasing the aerosolisation of NRL particles.

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