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Piper Medical has decades of experience developing and testing nebulizers and various nebulizer type technologies for manufacturers and government agencies from around the world. In spite of the fact that gas powered nebulizers are usually made up a few pieces of inexpensive plastic, nebulizers, of every type (ultrasonic, gas powered, ...) are a very specialized and sensitive device that's performance is absolutely critical for the effective delivery of medication to the lungs. Piper Medical's expertise and state of the art GLP aerosol laboratory can provide you with the unbiased, quality data and analysis necessary to meet your product objectives. If your nebulizer testing requirements are part of a larger FDA regulatory strategy, our extensive experience with the FDA can make your job easy. Services we provide specific to nebulizers includes:

Nebulizers    Nebulizer Testing
Aerosol Dose Testing
Particle Size Testing
Pressure Flow Testing
Heliox Testing
Simulated Lifetime Testing
Treatment Time Testing
EN 13544 Testing
GSD Testing
Respirable Dose Testing
Respirable Fraction Testing

For answers to your questions, contact us.

Related Published Articles and White Paper on Nebulizers:

Piper, SD. The Advantages of Low Flow Continuous Nebulization. PMP Publication. October 19, 1999  See Article 

Piper, SD. In-Vitro Comparison of Six Continuous Flow Nebulizers. PMP Publication. December 10, 1999  See Article ·         

Piper, SD. Using Heliox with the EZflow and EZflow Max. PMP Publication. February 14, 2000  See Article

Piper, SD. In-Vitro Comparison of the Circulaire and AeroTee to a Traditional Nebulizer T-Piece with Corrugated Tubing.  Respir Care 2000;45(3): 313-9.

Raabe OG, Wong T, Roxburgh JW, Piper SD, Lee JIC.  Continuous Nebulization Therapy for Asthma with Aerosols of Beta2 Agonists.  Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology.  1998;80(6): 499-508 See Article

Piper, SD, Kelly E. Sonik LDI: An Innovative, Formulation-Friendly Approach to Inhalation Delivery. Drug Delivery Technology. 2002;2(6): 52-57

Piper, SD. Sonik LDI: A New Approach to Inhalation Delivery. Strategic Research Institute’s 7th International Drug Delivery Technologies and Deal-Making Conference. Princeton, New Jersey. July 10, 2002.      

Piper, SD. Using Shear Force for Pulmonary Delivery: The Performance of the LDI Aerosolization Technology for the Delivery of Antibodies. Protein and Peptide Drug Delivery Conference. Boston, Massachussets. September 27, 2002.

Piper, SD. A Comparison of Liquid Aerosolization Technologies for the Delivery of Antibodies and Suspensions. Inhalation Drug Delivery Conference: An International Symposium. Princeton, New Jersey. December 3, 2002.

Piper, SD. Evit Labs’ Aerosol Technology: Conquering Cost & Efficiency Barriers for Better Pulmonary Delivery. Dug Delivery Technology (interview). 2003;3(1): 74-75

Piper, SD. Emerging Pulmonary Technologies and Pending Obstacles in the Local Region. Davis Area Technology Association.  Davis, California. September  23, 2003