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Transitioning from Vial to Prefilled Syringe

Ongoing advancement in technology, leads to increased development of parenteral drugs—one of the fastest growing choice for drug delivery in patients. Typically, manufacturing companies fill vials of products and ship them to physicians, pharmacies, etc. with an unfilled syringe; therefore, creating more work for all parties involved. Introducing prefilled syringes could cut manufacturing costs and…
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Visible Particulate Matter in Single-Use Bags

In an article published by BioProcess International, visible particulate matter in single-use systems (SUS) is stated to be a big concern.  SUS is a product/equipment designed to be used once; it is primarily composed of plastic that can be discarded easily.  It is necessary when creating products with SUS, the parenteral drugs must be “essentially…
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