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How Can Nasal Drug Delivery Devices Increase Patient Compliance and Safety?





The majority of treatments via the nasal route are self-administered; therefore, nasal delivery systems can have a positive impact on compliance. Advances in devices and electronics are also opening up the possibility of adding features to increase patient adherence, such as a ‘do not forget me’ function with reminders through an app. For potent drugs, electronics improve patient safety while preventing the device from delivering multiple doses in a row, avoiding any overdosing.

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Nemera is a world leader in the design, development, and manufacturing of drug delivery devices for the pharma, biotechnology, and generics industries. Nemera offers a comprehensive portfolio of products and services across ophthalmology, nasal, inhalation, dermal, transdermal, and parenteral delivery. Nemera’s vision is to be the most patient-centric drug delivery device company. Nemera always puts patients first, providing high-quality solutions that have a demonstrable impact on patients’ health.
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