A major U.S. pharmaceutical manufacturer is reportedly turning to individually wrapped and serialized ampoules for a parenteral drug. The company will be using Sigpack HSL horizontal flow wrappers and the Sigpack TTP toploader, both produced by Bosch Packaging Technology, Bosch is reporting.
Pharmalucence and Bosch Packaging Technology are hosting "Innovation Symposium 2013 on Injectable Drug Manufacturing" March 11-13 at the Burlington Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA. Developed to address the needs of pharmaceutical manufacturing professionals, the symposium will provide the latest industry information and case studies on injectable pharmaceuticals.
Joining Pharmalucence and Bosch Packaging Technology are IMA Life North America, Millipore, Sartorius, and IPS.
The agenda includes the following:
Speakers and exhibitors at Pharmapack Europe February 15-16 will be focusing on easing drug delivery while overcoming industry’s challenges.
Can’t Make It to Europe?
Building on a long history of reconstitution, two companies devise a new system for sterile water for injection intended to promote ease of use and dosing.
By Mike Schaefers, West Pharmaceutical Services; and Thomas Otto, Vetter
The process of freeze-drying injectable drugs by removing water from the material and sealing the material in a vial, known as lyophilization, was developed in the mid 1930s. Since then, lyophilization has created a faster and more convenient path for many new drugs, including biologics, to reach the market.