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How to have an appropriate delivery system to save time in nasal spray development programs?

Nemera’s Device Equivalence Program has been established to respond to market enquiries in terms of nasal spray equivalence and second-sourcing needs.

Introduction

The most common use of multi-dose nasal sprays is for allergy related symptoms, such as allergic rhinitis. We will focus on nasal preparations for the administration of locally acting drugs (e.g. nasal steroids, nasal decongestants). Because the efficacy of the drug depends upon the spray device’s ability to deliver a uniform dose as well as a reproducible droplet size and plume, the delivery system is a critical element for nasal spray performance.

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