Drug Delivery

Accessories designed to deliver metered Dose Inhalers (MDI) and nebulisation therapy.

What is Drug Delivery?

At Armstrong medical we have three ways of providing drug delivery which are Aerosol and subcutaneous. Aerosolised drugs are prescribed for use in a range of inhaler devices and systems. Subcutaneous administration is the insertion of medications beneath the skin either by injection or infusion.


Spirale® Drug Delivery System (DDS) spacer for Metered Dose Inhalers (MDI) Reduce the risk of pathogen transmission.

A close up of a spirale drug delivery system, manufactured by Armstrong Medical

Optimal Drug Delivery

Close up image of a Spirale Invasive Open device by Armstrong Medical

Low Dead Space

A patient being adminstered with drugs by the use of an Armstrong Medical Spirale

Maintains a Closed Breathing Circuit


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Spirale® Drug Delivery System

Spirale® drug delivery system is an alternative to nebulisation for bronchodilator therapy.

This collapsible volumising chamber is designed to deliver micro-drug particles from a Metered Dose Inhaler (MDI). The product is intended to remain in the breathing circuit, therefore removing the risk of environmental contamination in the clinical setting.

Close up image of a Spirale Invasive Open device by Armstrong Medical

Neria™ Guard

Neria™ guard is a soft cannula infusion set with an integrated insertion device for simple insertions by the touch of a button. A retractable needle may help prevent accidental needle sticks and increase comfort during insertion.

image of a neira guard by Armstrong Medical

Fully Automatic Insertion by the Touch of a Button

An image of a woman inserting the Neria Guard

Simple, Consistent Insertion

An image of a woman wearing the Neria Guard

Complies with EU Directive on Safer Sharps*

Neria Guard

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Neria™ Guard

The fully automatic insertion technique and the safety of a passive needle makes the Neria™ guard infusion set easy to learn and use, especially for those with dexterity issues or a fear of needles.

image of a neira guard by Armstrong Medical

* COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 2010/32/EU of 10 May 2010, implementing the Framework Agreement on prevention from sharp injuries in the hospital and healthcare sector concluded by HOSPEEM and EPSU2002

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