Colonisation of Irish patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease by Streptococcus pneumoniae and analysis of the pneumococcal vaccine coverage: a non-interventional, observational, prospective cohort study
In patients with severe uncontrolled asthma, does knowledge of adherence and inhaler technique using electronic monitoring improve clinical decision making? A protocol for a randomised controlled trial
Irregular and Ineffective: A Quantitative Observational Study of the Time and Technique of Inhaler Use
The Impact of Common Inhaler Errors on Drug Delivery: Investigating Critical Errors with a Dry Powder Inhaler
Changing a hospital inhaler policy to improve in-hospital inhaler use
The INCA (Inhaler Compliance Assessment): A Comparison with established measures of adherence
P220 Determinants of inhaler adherence in a copd population
P152 Inhaled corticosteroid (ICS) and long acting beta-adrenoceptor agonist (LABA) therapy adherence reporting and monitoring in clinical trials of severe adult asthma drug treatments: a systematic review
P208 Behavioural feed-back education intervention to enhance adherence in patients with severe uncontrolled asthma, a randomised clinical trial
Characterization of patient inhaler inhalation sounds using non-contact and tracheal microphones
Changes in inhaler inhalation acoustic features during induced bronchoconstriction: A pilot study
Abstract: A new clinically relevant method of calculating adherence
Objective assessment of adherence to inhalers by COPD patients.
A protocol for a randomised clinical trial of the effect of providing feedback on inhaler technique and adherence from an electronic device in patients with poorly controlled severe asthma
The effect of providing feedback on inhaler technique and adherence from an electronic audio recording device, INCA®, in a community pharmacy setting: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial.
A method to assess adherence in inhaler use through analysis of acoustic recordings of inhaler events
The Acoustic Features of Inhalation can be Used to Quantify Aerosol Delivery from a Diskus™ Dry Powder Inhaler.
Acoustic Analysis of Inhaler Sounds From Community-Dwelling Asthmatic Patients for Automatic Assessment of Adherence.
Using acoustics to estimate inspiratory flow rate and drug removed from a dry powder inhaler.
An acoustic method of automatically evaluating patient inhaler technique.
A Method to Calculate Adherence to Inhaled Therapy That Reflects the Changes in Clinical Features of Asthma
An acoustic method to automatically detect pressurized metered dose inhaler actuations.
An Acoustic-Based Method to Detect and Quantify the Effect of Exhalation into a Dry Powder Inhaler.
A method of estimating inspiratory flow rate and volume from an inhaler using acoustic measurements.
Predicting asthma exacerbations employing remotely monitored adherence.
Automatic identification and accurate temporal detection of inhalations in asthma inhaler recordings.
Investigating the relationship between peak inspiratory flow rate and volume of inhalation from a Diskus™ Inhaler and baseline spirometric parameters: a cross-sectional study.
In vitro correlation of inhalational acoustics from a Dry Powder Inhaler with drug delivery.
Monitoring Inhaler Inhalations Using an Acoustic Sensor Proximal to Inhaler Devices.
Influences of gender and anthropometric features on inspiratory inhaler acoustics and peak inspiratory flow rate.
A nurse-led intervention study: Promoting compliance with Diskus Inhaler use in asthma patients.