In this free webinar, the featured speaker will discuss factors that can influence formulation design of inhaled pharmaceutical products and their impact on manufacturability. He will explain how to incorporate filling trials into formulation development and how early process experimentation serves as a tool to determine formulation feasibility or strategy.
TORONTO (PRWEB) May 20, 2020
Dry powder inhalation (DPI) drug products are rightfully developed with efficacy and safety in mind to serve critical patient needs. However, as early drug development progresses to clinical development, the ability to efficiently manufacture these products becomes a more important determinant of eventual commercial feasibility.
Whether a DPI product can be manufactured at scale is dependent upon a variety of factors from chemical and physical properties of the formulation to manufacturing conditions.
In this webinar, these factors will be examined as sources of potential process risk. A case study will demonstrate the impact drug formulation can have on processing, product behavior, and performance. Strategies for mitigating process risk will be presented to avoid revisiting formulation development and the corresponding delays that can result.
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