aerogen

aerogen

 [ār´o-jen″]
a gas-producing bacterium.

aer·o·gen

(ār'ō-jĕn),
A gas-forming microorganism.

aerogen

A nonspecific term for a gas-producing microorganism.

aer·o·gen

(ār'ō-jen)
A gas-forming microorganism.
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compared inhaled and lost doses of 3 mesh nebulizers (Aerogen Solo, Aerogen Pro and NIVO), one ultrasonic nebulizer (Servo Ultra) and one jet nebulizer (Sidestream) at different positions in an adult lung model.
Earlier, he served for many years on the board of directors of Aerogen Inc in Galway, Ireland.
Many leading international companies have established their regional headquarters in the free zone, such as the Irish Aerogen specialised in healthcare and medical devices; the Japanese Asahi Yukizai, a leading company in industrial resins and plastic valves, VA Tech WABAG Limited MEA SoncieWall MEA FZCO, etc.
Before well-characterized Ag NPs (730793; Sigma Aldrich, Germany) and newly developed starch NPs (Barthold et al., 2016), respectively, were deposited onto hAELVi/THP-1 mono- and co-cultures using the Aeroneb[R]Lab nebulizer (Aerogen Ltd., Ireland), their colloidal stability upon nebulization was determined in preparation medium including size, size distribution (polydispersity index, Pdl) and surface charge (Z-potential) using the ZetaSizer[R] Nano ZSP (Malvern Instruments, UK).
Mohammed Al Zarooni, Director General of the Dubai Airport Freezone Authority (DAFZA), has officially inaugurated the new office of Aerogen, a leading provider of acute care aerosol drug delivery for major hospitals in the world, in DAFZA.
The new office of Aerogen, a leading provider of acute care aerosol drug delivery for major hospitals, has been officially inaugurated in Dubai Airport Freezone Authority (Dafza).
In a study by Hassan et al., three types of devices were examined as aerosol generators in vitro, ex vivo, and in vivo: MDI with AeroChamber-MV spacer, Aerogen Pro vibrating mesh nebulizer, and Sidestream jet nebulizer.
Aeroneb (Aerogen, USA)), ultrasonic nebulisers and pressurised metered-dose inhalers used with a spacer.
As to the first way, with increase of internal pressure and dilatation of intestine, free gas in the enteric cavity infiltrates into venules on the intestinal wall because of the swelling and necrosis of intestinal mucosa and the damage of mucosal barrier, then the free gas goes back to portal vein through mesenteric vessel; the second way is direct infection of aerogen in intestine and enterocoelia.16
Aerogen, a medical device company was recognised for selling 99% of its products abroad in 2014 and achieving 30% growth in exports yearon-year since 2008.
Finished Medical Devices & Medical Aids (e.g., Aerogen, ClearStream, Cappella, Vitalograph)