Pfizer Exubera insulin inhaler, 2005-2006

Dublin Core

Title

Pfizer Exubera insulin inhaler, 2005-2006

Subject

Diabetes mellitus
Nebulizers and vaporizers
Insulin
Exubera

Abstract

One boxed "exubera" insulin inhaler used for demonstration and training purposes. Box contains inhaler, thin plastic wrapping, and two informational leaflets. Inhaler is plastic and extends to nearly double its original height after pulling black tab on underside of unit. Mouthpiece on top rotates for use, and when at full length two side buttons must be depressed to return to original compacted state. Inhaler is blue, white, and transparent.

Creator

Pfizer

Date Created

2005-2006, between

Rights

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Access Rights

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Is Part Of

Warren Anatomical Museum: 21571

Format

object

Extent

1 inhaler

Medium

Pharmaceutical Preparations

Type

physical object

Identifier

Warren Anatomical Museum Catalog Number: 21571

Provenance

This demonstration Exubera inhaler was created by Pfizer Labs in New York City between 2005 and 2006. In April 2015, Dr. Joseph D. Brain donated this unit to the Warren Anatomical Museum.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Inhaler

Physical Dimensions

4.5 W x 5.5 D x 16.75 H cm

Files

21571_v2.JPG

Citation

Pfizer, “Pfizer Exubera insulin inhaler, 2005-2006,” OnView, accessed May 22, 2024, https://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/13705.