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DDL Drug Delivery to the Lungs Virtual Conference 2021 • 8-10 December 2021

The event takes place from 08/12/2021 to 10/12/2021

IMA Active and IMA AUTOMATION at the DDL Drug Delivery to the Lungs Virtual Conference 2021

IMA Active and IMA AUTOMATION are pleased to take part in the Drug Delivery to the Lungs Virtual Conference 2021, which will be held online, on December 8-10, 2021.

The Drug Delivery to the Lungs conference (DDL) is Europe’s premier conference and industry exhibition which is dedicated to pulmonary and nasal drug delivery. It provides an annual forum for scientists, academics, clinicians, regulatory and industry specialists involved in developing medicines for inhalation.

DDL2021 is online with a virtual platform freely accessible and includes:

  • Live lectures form invited speakers;
  • On-demand presentations;
  • Exhibition Arena;
  • Networking room.

IMA Active and IMA AUTOMATION will exhibit their technologies for DPI processing and assembling on their virtual booth.

IMA Active will give a joined presentation with University of Parma on “Influence of material and capsule filling process with Minima® on aerosolization performances by DPIs”.

The effect of capsule filling parameters on emitted dose and fine particle fraction by a DPI was investigated using a table-top device for capsule filling. Compression was the parameter that affected weight and emitted fraction the most, while the type of coarse lactose seems to influence the fine particle fraction.

Follow the on demand presentation given by Annalisa Bianchera from the University of Parma.

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