aerosphere


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aer·o·sphere

(ār'ō-sfēr)
The lower portion of the earth's atmosphere, containing sufficient oxygen to support life.
[aero- + sphere]
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Patients received two inhalations twice a day of PT010, PT009, Bevespi Aerosphere or Symbicort Turbuhaler.
United Kingdom-based AstraZeneca has revealed positive top-line results of the Phase III, PINNACLE 4 trial in which Bevespi Aerosphere (glycopyrronium and formoterol fumarate 14.
Biopharmaceutical business AstraZeneca (NYSE:AZN) reported on Monday that it has received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration for BEVESPI AEROSPHERE inhalation aerosol indicated for the treatment of airflow obstruction in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
M2 PHARMA-April 26, 2016-AstraZeneca passes US FDA approval for BEVESPI AEROSPHERE inhalation aerosol for treating chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
Lawson will explain to the gathering of high net worth individuals attending the luncheon how the CyberBug(TM) UAV, CyberScout(TM) UAV, and Aerosphere SA-90 Airship can be used by military, law enforcement, homeland security and commercial organizations and agencies.
Proxity's subsidiary Cyber Defense System (PinkSheets:CYDF), in cooperation with Techsphere Systems International the only company that has achieved manned flight with its Aerosphere SA 60 above 20,000 feet, believes they will be the first to near space at 65,000 feet and above.
a Proxity marketing team member, also addressed the group regarding the current Aerosphere SA-76 UAV developments.
an operating subsidiary of Proxity's On Alert Systems, announces the sale of the AeroSphere SA-60 to Sierra Nevada Corporation.
an operating subsidiary of Proxity's On Alert Systems, announces the purchase of the AeroSphere SA-76 from Techsphere Systems International, LLC.
The AeroSphere SA-60 is a low altitude airship manufactured by Techsphere Systems International, Inc.
announces they are taking orders for the Aerosphere 76 airship that has a planned operating ceiling of up to 16,000 feet.
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