AVrs is designed to offer efficient data management and compatibility with external software and hardware.
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The FDA officially says there is no clinical evidence that young blood transfusions do anything, and the procedure could be dangerous.
Pharmapack 2019, from conference sessions to the show floor, offered plenty of new perspectives in connected packaging, sustainability and more.
The ‘Trojan Horse’ drug has successfully treated six patients in Britain, all with different forms of cancer.
New report forecasts nearly 19% CAGR for these solutions to improve security and drug traceability.
Anti--dandruff shampoos, anticaries toothpaste, antiperspirant-deodorants, moisturizers, and make-up with SPF protection are just some of the personal care products with FDA Title 21 or 16 mandated regulations.
Recycling or reusing medical devices? It’s coming. A presentation at Pharmapack highlighted green guides and carbon footprint opportunities.
The federal government has standards for vaccine storage, but whether health care providers follow them is another story.
Registration is open for the Organization for Machine Automation and Control (OMAC) 2019 PackML Workshop (May 16; Chicago Marriott O’Hare), produced in partnership with PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies.
ABR Series imager-based barcode readers help to solve a wide range of challenging track-and-trace applications.
One of FDA’s goals is to see to it that consumers can trust dietary supplements. Its recent actions against companies making false claims is one step in that direction.
A speaker at Pharmapack Europe found a lofty goal in a UK document about reducing F-gases. Do the device manufacturers know about it?
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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