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ImproJect Plungers eliminate the need for silicone as a lubricant in pre-filled syringes. Used with bare-glass (non-siliconized) barrels, silicone-free plungers are designed to offer consistent delivery performance over time.
Hylok is designed for secure and safe administration of hyaluronic acid and intravenous drugs.
Stored information about the medication is transmitted to the SmartPilot and is recorded via the autoinjector. The resulting connected device is designed to enhance the safety of patients and assist them in the self-administration of medicines.
Connected devices offer unprecedented promise in the ability to improve patient adherence as well as track product storage conditions and link patients with the healthcare ecosystem.
A team of researchers in Japan successfully turned a few donor stem cells into functioning kidneys in rats.
More than 140 packaging and processing professionals from operations and engineering, including CPGs, contract packagers and OEMs, discussed challenges and solutions to the workforce issue at PACK EXPO International 2018.
A promising new device that lures brain tumor cells out of the patient is on the fast track to FDA approval.
The future role of patient adherence tracking, flexible packaging options and sustainability continue to challenge the healthcare industry.
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Researchers at MIT are working on a new insulin delivery method that consists of swallowing a tiny injection device.
FDA sends McKesson a warning, highlighting issues with illegitimate product notification, quarantining and record-keeping.
During Pharmapack Europe 2019, Lorax Compliance COO Michelle Carvell urged the pharmaceutical industry to prioritize its environmental reporting obligations for packaging or risk high financial penalties.
Food and drug retailer to begin using paper-based containers for its temperature-sensitive shipments in late February, with the goal of diverting up to 75,000 lb of packaging from landfills every year.
A new study shows that in the 30 days after Trump’s election, America experienced an increase in demand for birth control.
A new white paper, “Personal Care Industry Trends,” from PMMI Business Intelligence, finds consumers are not demanding T.E. bands, and CPGs are reluctant to add cost.
Researchers at Penn State College of Medicine claim that cannabinoid compounds may inhibit the growth of colon cancer cells in the lab.
Packages solid oral medicines in patient-specific blister pouches; bearing technology plays key role in system development.
Manufacturer of plastics parts for medical, personal care and packaging industries selects system from Dematic.
The increased emphasis on sustainability and the circular economy is reappraising how the lifecycle of packaging are assessed at all levels.
A new study found that wearable sensors outperform standard questionnaires designed to detect internalizing disorders in kids.