• The DPI results suggest that inhalation breathing profiles can have an appreciable impact upon aerosol delivery, with one participant having much less predicted medication as fine particles
  • In contrast, although the inhalation profiles across all participants were also divergent when asked to inhale from the pMDI + VHC, either tidal breathing or by a slow, deep inhalation, all volunteers would have received a relatively consistent amount of medication.
  • It also appears that the pMDI + VHC platform delivers a larger FPM<5.0 µm for both APIs and a consequently smaller coarse particle mass. However, it is recognized that more investigation is warranted with a larger number of volunteers and with other passive DPIs having different resistances

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