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Intertek s procedure is based on both OECD and ECHA Guidelines and includes a selection of methods appropriate to each sample including microscopy, electron microscopy, water solubility and particle size determination (sieving, Laser Scattering / Diffraction) to determine particle size distribution for respirable / inhalable particles as noted in EUR 20268 EN (2002).
Its proprietary technology enables Prosonix to develop 'smart' excipient-free, drug-only inhalable particles that are specifically designed to optimally target the site of action in the lung, precisely and consistently, delivering maximum clinical effect.
The combustion of fossil fuels results in the generation of large numbers of inhalable particles of soot (black carbon).
The annual average concentrations of inhalable particles [particles < 10 [micro]m in aerodynamic diameter ([PM.
PCT's technologies include novel particle coatings, controlled release, buccal release, fast dissolving tablets, taste masking, inhalable particle delivery and PLGA or poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid)-based depot type deliveries, among others, and are applied to products developed and marketed internally, as well as out-licensed.
Workers in the rubber and polymer industries are said to be at risk of exposure to inhalable particles often referred to as process dust.
Potential hazards of the process include worker exposure to inhalable particles, the possibilities of powder combustion, and environmental damage.
Worker exposure to inhalable particles, the possibilities of powder combustion, and environmental damage are all potential hazards that must be dealt with by manufacturers who use powder-coating technology.