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Articles 2005 - 2006

2006

Prescription bias and factors associated with improper use of inhalers
P. Sestini et al.
J Aerosol Med. 2006 Summer; 19 (2): 127-36 
 

The importance of good inhalation technique for effective asthma management.
A review by the Aerosol Drug Management Improvement Team (ADMIT)

G K Crompton, 19 April 2006 

CORRESPONDENCE: Inhaler technique blind spot
G.K. Crompton
EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL, VOLUME 27 NUMBER 5 2006 (in press)

2005

Interview with Reuters Health
Dr. Michael K. Paasche-Orlow, of Boston University School of Medicine in
SOURCE: American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, October 2005

Reduced Peak Inspiratory Effort through the Diskus® and the Turbuhaler® due to Mishandling is Common in Clinical Practice
Melani AS, Bracci LS, Rossi M
Clin Drug Investig. 2005;25(8):543-9.
 

Correct use of three powder inhalers: comparison between Diskus, Turbuhaler, and Easyhaler.
Ronmark E, Jogi R, Lindqvist A, Haugen T, Meren M, Loit HM, Sairanen U, Sandahl A, Lundback B
J Asthma. 2005 Apr;42(3):173-8

THE NEED TO IMPROVE INHALATION TECHNIQUE IN EUROPE: A REPORT FROM THE AEROSOL DRUG MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT TEAM (ADMIT)
Graham K Crompton, Peter J. Barnes, Marielle Broeders, C. Corrigan, L. Corbetta, R. Dekhuijzen, J. C. Dubus, A. Magnan, F. Massone, J. Sanchis, Viejo Banuelos, Th. Voshaar
Funding for this article was provided by an educational grant from VIATRIS GmbH & Co. KG (Homburg, Germany).
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