INHALATION DRUG DELIVERY ARTICLES

frankly-fran-better Embrace Packaging and Delivery Systems Designed for Today's Standards

Regulations and standards for drug delivery systems and packaging are ever evolving and expanding, making it harder and more costly for older products to meet them. In this article, Fran DeGrazio explains why it is imperative that pharma companies consider new product adoption. 

INHALATION DRUG DELIVERY VIDEOS

Intranasal drug delivery offers a promising route for administering medications, but advancing to market can be a difficult journey. Learn about common development pitfalls and how to mitigate risk.

See how PBPK models combined with custom and off-the-shelf in vitro tools and solubility enhancement expertise can reduce the need for drug product reformulation or repeated preclinical or clinical studies.

Complex storage requirements can result in limited access to vaccines. But what if a formulation that removed the need for cold chain distribution was possible? Explore the formulation of vaccines with dry powder respiratory delivery in mind and manufacturing considerations for dry powder inhaled vaccines.

A partner with experts who are adept at working with complex, sensitive, and potent APIs; screening for the optimal formulation; and scaling up efficiently is vital for successful trials and commercialization.

INHALATION DRUG DELIVERY RESOURCES

INHALATION DRUG DELIVERY SOLUTIONS

  • Weiler Engineering’s ASEP-TECH® Blow/Fill/Seal machines are ideal for processing temperature sensitive products such as biological and protein-based materials – providing a level of enhanced sterility assurance.

  • This comprehensive suite of services encompasses the entire spectrum of user research, starting from the conceptualization of study designs to meticulous data analysis and comprehensive reporting.

  • Discover the nanoparticle engineering, formulation and GMP manufacturing services that can drive forward your market success and unlock the power of ‚Äúsmall."

  • By partnering with Battelle, your organization can reduce risks and save on investment costs, leading to more successful and sustainable outcomes.

  • Large volume humidifiers and nebulizers – typically in sizes from 250 – 1000mL – can be specifically designed to fit existing delivery devices. Custom designs to facilitate the control of humidification in oxygen delivery can be developed.

  • OFM automatic filling and closing machines are designed for pharmaceutical formulations, such as syrups, ophthalmic products, and nasal sprays either in glass or plastic containers.

  • Weiler Engineering offers blow/fill/seal packaging machines to cover virtually every segment of the respiratory therapy marketplace – from simple inhalation solutions to complex delivery systems for deep lung and nasal applications.

  • Kymanox provides turnkey services to bring your product from concept to commercialization — and helps keep your product on the market. Kymanox has expertise in injectables (e.g., syringes, mechanical and electromechanical autoinjectors, wearable injectors, dual chamber systems, reconstitution systems), respiratory combination products (e.g., metered dose inhalers, dry powder inhalers, nasal sprays), and in ocular products (e.g., multi-dose containers, single-use injectables).

  • August Bioservices is a US-based, quality-driven CDMO that offers end-to-end drug development, analytical testing, and fill/finish manufacturing services to clients of all sizes and stages, from pre-clinical to commercial.

  • Our newly expanded in-house capabilities span clinical and commercial scale manufacturing for DPIs, unit-dose, bi-dose and preserved multi-dose nasal sprays.