Numerous Successful SCP Inhaled Formulations Highlighted at 2021 ISAM Conference

BOISE, ID, May 27, 2021 – CritiTech recently took the opportunity to highlight how our Supercritical Precipitation (SCP) platform has unique abilities to design drug particles for successful inhaled formulations. Dr. Michael Baltezor presented a poster at the 23rd International Congress for International Society for Aerosols in Medicine (ISAM) in Boise, Idaho. The May 22-26, 2021 meeting was attended by over 400 health care professionals, aerosol scientists and engineers, formulations scientists, and product development and regulatory experts.

Dr. Baltezor’s poster, downloadable to the right, provides a variety of data that shows inhaled drugs engineered with SCP enable delivery to the lungs at hundreds of times the concentration of IV or oral drugs and can remain in the lungs for extended durations. Because of this targeted delivery, systemic exposure can be substantially reduced. Finally, the drug efficacy is greatly enhanced because with SCP, there are no excipients or coatings necessary – it is pure drug.

If you didn’t get to meet Dr. Mike in Boise, or if you would like to learn more about CritiTech and SCP, as well as our other full-service CDMO capabilities, please select from the buttons to the right. Also, feel free to download the one-page fact sheets that we distributed at ISAM.

CritiTech ISAM 2021 Poster

Click here to download Dr. Baltezor's Poster from ISAM 2021

CritiTech ISAM 2021 Fact Sheets