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    Dry Powder Inhalers (DPI) Survey
    ctriantafyl posted:
    Hello everyone,

    I am not sure where on the forum I could post this, but I'll give it a go here. I'm Chris and I'm part of a team of mechanical and mechanical design engineers at the University of Glasgow and we're working on a project to design and manufacture the next generation of a dry powder inhaler. I know that even though it's more commonly used for conditions like COPD, some people also use it for asthma.

    If any of you use a DPI or know someone who does, we are looking to get some feedback on users' experience.

    The survey should take about 5 minutes (or less) to complete. Your responses are received anonymously and will only be used for educational purposes. Please follow this link:

    Many thanks! Your input is very valuable to us and on behalf of the team, we greatly appreciate your effort to completing it.
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