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TECHNOLOGY AND SERVICES

HCmed’s advanced technology is the product of years of experience AND SERVICES research to provide inhalation therapy top solutions

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patents

HCmed’s Intellectual Property

In order to foster innovation, HCmed foments intellectual property protection. Our patents include different aspects of our device structure and technologies, including mesh module, breathing sensors, cleaning methods, and wireless authentication systems.

MICRO SYNCHRONIZED DELIVERY TECHNOLOGYTM (MSDT)

MSDT ATOMIZES A WIDE RANGE OF DRUGS

The R&D team of HCmed has developed and patented an innovative technology that allows the aerosolization of different types of medication. This technology works by synchronizing frequency that calibrates the oscillation of the mesh membrane to deliver optimal performance based on the properties of the drug being nebulized.

Customization Platform

Enhance drug delivery by performing device tailoring

HCmed’s R&D team works arduously with pharma partners to customize device components and achieve desired outcome. From the careful selection of the mesh membrane to the coding of the driven mechanism, professionals at HCmed provide the most suitable solution for the aerosolization of each formulation.

Developing Stage

Aerodynamic Particle Size Distribution (APSD) ANALYTICAL SERVICES

Our APSD laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art measuring instruments that allow us to conduct aerosol performance analysis. Our team of well-trained researchers meticulously works on generating reliable data in short periods of time to examine drug-device performance. By these means, we are able to support our partners, providing them with analytical services where pretesting of aerosolized formulation does not require GLP compliance. HCmed’s analytical services include aerodynamic particle size distribution analysis, laser diffraction particle size analysis, breath simulation studies, output rate studies, residue studies, and delivered dose studies.