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This study investigates (1) the effect of modifying the design of a dry powder inhaler on the device performance, and (2) which design features significantly contribute to overall inhaler performance. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis was performed to determine how the flowfield generated in an Aerolizer at 60 l min(-1) varied when the inhaler(More)
This study investigates the effect of air inlet size on (i) the flowfield generated in a dry powder inhaler, and (ii) the device-specific resistance, and the subsequent effect on powder deagglomeration. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis was used to simulate the flowfield generated in an Aerolizer with different air inlet sizes at 30, 45, and 60(More)
PURPOSE The aims of the study are to analyze the influence of air flow on the overall performance of a dry powder inhaler (Aerolizer and to provide an initial quantification of the flow turbulence levels and particle impaction velocities that maximized the inhaler dispersion performance. METHODS Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis of the flow(More)
PURPOSE To study the fundamental effects of the spinning capsule on the overall performance of a dry powder inhaler (Aerolizer). METHODS The capsule motion was visualized using high-speed photography. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis was performed to determine the flowfield generated in the device with and without the presence of different(More)
Cancer incidence during 1972-90 in Asian migrants to New South Wales, Australia, is described. Overall cancer incidence was lower than in the Australia born in most migrant groups, and this reached significance in migrants born in China/Taiwan, the Philippines, Vietnam and India/Sri Lanka, and in male migrants born in Indonesia. For the majority of cancers,(More)
  • South Wales From England, Scotland Wales, Ireland M Mccredie, M S Coates, J M Ford
  • 2007
Sumnuary Cancer incidence in migrants to New South Wales (NSW) from individual countries within the British Isles has been compared with that in the Australian-born population using data from the NSW Central Cancer Registry for the period 1972-84. Indirectly age-standardised incidence ratios (SIR) showed that, for cancer at all sites combined, Scottish(More)
Cancer incidence in migrants to New South Wales (NSW) from individual countries within the British Isles has been compared with that in the Australian-born population using data from the NSW Central Cancer Registry for the period 1972-84. Indirectly age-standardised incidence ratios (SIR) showed that, for cancer at all sites combined, Scottish migrants had(More)
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