|The Bennett Inhaler (3)|
Bennett was an English physician who had tuberculosis. He "gave us four woodcut drawings of an inhalation device, with measurements enabling the reader to have their own inhaler made. The treatment was balsam. There is no evidence that Bennett's inhaler was ever manufactured. Bennett succumbed to tuberculosis the following year." (2, page 530)
He was only 38 when he died. (3)
- Korting, Monika Schafer, editor, "Drug Delivery," 2010, Germany, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
- Smyth, Hugh D.C, Anthony J. Hickey, "Controlled Pulmonary Drug Delivery," 2100, Springer New York Dordrecht Heidelberg London
- Sanders, Mark, "Bennett's Inhaler," http://www.inhalatorium.com/page162.html, the picture is also compliments of Sanders.