Atomization of oxygen nanodispersions in isotonic saline for applications in aerosol therapy.

Optimization of biochemical processes and bioengineering
3rd International Scientific Conference «Chemical Technology and Engineering»: Proceedings – June 21–24th, 2021, Lviv, Ukraine – Lviv: Lviv Polytechnic National University, 2021, pp. 161–163


First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Marcin Odziomek Ph.D. marcin.odziomek [at] Warsaw University of Technology
Warsaw, Poland
Katarzyna Dobrowolska No katarzyna.dobrowolska.dokt [at] Warsaw University of Technology
Warsaw, Poland
Karol Ulatowski No marcin.odziomek [at] Warsaw University of Technology
Warsaw, Poland
Paweł Sobieszuk No marcin.odziomek [at] Warsaw University of Technology
Warsaw, Poland
Tomasz R. Sosnowski Sc.D. tomasz.sosnowski [at] Warsaw University of Technology
Warsaw, Poland

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First published on this website: 30.04.2021 - 19:18

We tested the possibility of using dispersions of oxygen nanobubbles as new carriers for inhalation drugs delivered from medical nebulizers. Their successful application may become attractive in the treatment of lung diseases, giving the possibility of simultaneous delivery of the drug and improve the oxygen supply. The results show that after atomization nanobubbles are preserved in aerosol droplets. Simultaneously, the aerosol size distribution and output rate do not change.

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