Aerosolisation


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Aerosolisation

The dispersion of a material (e.g., liquids, powders) in the air.
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There is no active aerosolisation engine; instead, the aerosolization is produced by the patient breathing--a primary design challenge according to Allen.
Reportedly, in its current stage of development, 3M Taper Dry Powder Inhaler combines patient-friendly design and active aerosolisation to provide effective delivery of drug in a multi-dose DPI.
Air sampling during steam cleaning confirmed the procedure did not cause aerosolisation of micro-organisms.
The American Nephrology Nurses Association Core Curriculum for Nephrology Nursing recommendations require staff to wear protective eyewear and a mask if there is a possibility of splashes, spray, splatter, or aerosolisation of blood into the eyes, mouth or any mucous membrane (Lancaster, 2001).
colisitin), CSA-13 may readily lend itself to administration by aerosolisation in order to deliver bactericidal concentrations of the agent into the lungs.

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