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Akagi; Akitsuna
Naruto, JP
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7735485 Dry powder inhalation system for transpulmonary administration June 15, 2010
A dry powder inhalation system suitable for transpulmonary administration. The dry powder inhalation system is characterized by using a combination of: (1) a vessel housing a freeze-dried composition prepared by freeze-drying a composition liquid containing ingredients in a non-dis
7708014 Inhalation device for transpulmonary administration May 4, 2010
An inhalation device for transpulmonary administration comprises: a chamber (16) for containing a pharmaceutical composition which is pulverized into fine particles by an air-generated impact for dispersal in air; an air inlet flow path (2) for introducing to the chamber (16) outside
7448379 Composition, vessel, dry powder inhalation system, and related methods for transpulmonary admini November 11, 2008
A non-powder-form freeze-dried composition for transpulmonary administration has a disintegration index greater than or equal to 0.015 and contains at least one active ingredient. The composition becomes fine particles upon receiving air impact at an air speed greater than or equal t

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