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Metered dose inhalers

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Dose-counting mechanisms for metered dose oral inhalers recommended by FDA in Dec. 11 Federal Register. Guidance, noting patients may either use products for too long or throw away inhalers that still have acceptable doses left in them, states "dose-counters should provide, either though a direct numeric count or color coding, a clear indication of when an MDI is approaching the end of its recommended number of actuations, as well as when it has reached or exceeded that number"...

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