Healthcare Webcast Series
WEBINAR: Applying Simulations to Investigate Respiratory Drug Delivery
Date: 6th May, Wednesday
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM SGT
Investigating the efficiency for pulmonary drug delivery through the mucosal route will be critical for the welfare of patients with asthma and other COPDs. Salient insights can be gathered through the simulation of breathing cycles accounting for fluid dynamics for the air flow and the structural response of the air way tissue. Virtual prototyping can also address particle dynamics in DPIs, spray formation and aerosol transport out of MDIs, particle tracking inside the lung airways. This webinar elaborates on the potential of computational modelling to infer and enhance patient care by optimizing the mode of drug delivery for respiratory alleviation.
- Investigating the efficiency for pulmonary drug delivery through the mucosal route.
- Particle dynamics in DPIs, Particle tracking, Aerosol Transport, Spray Formation.
- Computational Modeling: Optimizing the mode of drug delivery for respiratory allevation.
- Design Engineers
- R&D Head of the department
- Project managers
- Technical Engineers
- Project Engineers
Who Should Attend?
Mr. Santhosh Manepally
Mr. Santhosh Manepally is a technologist specializing in the domains of Finite Element Method (FEM), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Discrete Element Method (DEM). With his educational background and industrial experience directed from such themes of Applied Computational Mechanics (ACM) he enjoys expertise in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry vertical through the consulting and mentoring associations he has and continues to have with elite customers in these fields within and outside India. He’s instrumental in evangelizing the right value proposition of simulation adoption within the healthcare industry.
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