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Details for Patent: 7,225,808
Summary for Patent: 7,225,808
|Abstract:||An inhalation device is described for use with a medicament pack in which at least one container for medicament in powder form is defined between two sheets peelably secured to one another. The device comprises means for peeling the sheets apart at an opening station to open the container; and an outlet, communicating with the opened container, through which a user can inhale medicament in powder form from the opened container.|
|Inventor(s):|| Davies; Michael Birsha (Ware, GB), Hearne; David John (Luton, GB), Rand; Paul Kenneth (Letchworth, GB), Walker; Richard Ian (Ware, GB) |
|Assignee:|| Glaxo Group Limited (Greenford, GB) |
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|United Kingdom||9004781.2||Mar 02, 1990|
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