CONNECTING DRUG DELIVERY
Issue No #87
June 11th, 2018
Inside the magazine
UPGRADING RESPIRATORY CARE WITH AI-POWERED SENSORS AND TRUE ADHERENCE DATA
Martijn Grinovero and Fabian Schütte describe the potential of artificial intelligence-powered sensors used in combination with standard inhalers to upgrade respiratory therapy.
MONITORING NEBULISER USAGE & LUNG FUNCTION IN CLINICAL TRIALS
Carola Fuchs and Yvonne Koehler, explain how PARI’s special eTrack
Controller can be used to monitor adherence during inhalation therapy which facilitates objective and remote monitoring.
PRECISION METAL COMPONENTS IMPROVE CONNECTED MEDICAL DEVICE PERFORMANCE
David Philbrick discusses the critical role a variety of metal springs and components play in a connected drug delivery device.
NORMALISING CONNECTIVITY – COULD UNCONNECTED DEVICES BECOME THE EXCEPTION?
Charlotte Harvey ponders the prospect of connectivity becoming the baseline for drug delivery device design – at what point will drug delivery devices without connectivity become the exception?
ENHANCING ADHERENCE TO SELF-INJECTION REGIMENS BY CONNECTED DEVICES
Craig Baker explains how Noble has recently launched the AdereIT platform for autoinjector training and injections to tackle the problem of non-adherence.
CONNECTED DRUG DELIVERY SECTOR OVERVIEW
Tom Oakley gives an overview of the state of connected devices in the drug delivery world, touching on various approaches, benefits and challenges in the sector today.
9TH ANNUAL GLOBAL DRUG DELIVERY & FORMULATION SUMMIT
James Arnold reports back from attending the 9th Annual DDF Summit in Berlin, discussing the talks themes and atmosphere at the conference.
THINK BEYOND THE DEVICE: THE MANY SIDES TO CONNECTIVITY
Alexander Dahmani sheds light on some of the factors, beyond technical design and capabilities, involved in bringing a connected device to market.
THE SMART APPROACH TO HARNESSING DATA
As the drug delivery world moves to embrace big data, it is important to remember that unseen risks await the unwary. Tom Lawrie-Fussey explains further.
CONNECTED MEDICINE: INSIGHTS FROM PAYERS & OTHER STAKEHOLDERS
Sai Shankar and Chris Hogg draw upon recent research and their experiences in digital health, including interviews with payers, to explore the current state of connected medicines.
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INSULCHECK CONNECT: ADDRESSING ADHERENCE WITH A CLOSED-LOOP SOLUTION
John Hughes and Alina Smotrova discuss the success of the InsulCheck Classic and how user feedback and modern technology has led to the development of its second generation, InsulCheck Connect.
ERIC DESSERTENNE, BIOCORP
Eric Dessertenne talks in-depth with ONdrugDelivery Magazine about the ways connectivity is developing within the pharmaceutical industry, its likely future course and how Biocorp is positioned.
EXPANDING CONNECTIVITY: ADD-ONS FOR OPHTHALMIC AND NASAL DELIVERY
Nemera introduces the e-Novelia® and e-Advancia® add-ons for ophthalmic and nasal devices.
Dr Kian Min Lim
LISTEN TO YOUR INHALER, IT MIGHT BE TELLING YOU SOMETHING
Kian Min Lim and David Harris discuss how tailored algorithms can accurately detect inhalers’ acoustic signatures, effectively adding connectivity without having to add a chip to the inhaler.
Dr Benjamin Jung
THE FUTURE OF CONNECTED ASTHMA AND COPD CARE: A STEPWISE DEVELOPMENT
Benjamin Jung outlines possible scenarios for the likely steps in the development and adoption of connected devices in the field of asthma and COPD care.
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