RABS: Injecting Change into Syringe Drug Delivery


Routine administration of injections involves several risky steps: Was the needle really sterile? Is that drug really in order? Was the dosage accurate? And what happens to those few drops of costly drug that remain at the bottom of the vial? Joerg Zimmerman of Vetter reveals an innovative method of aseptic filling for syringes, which reduces such risk involved in intravenous drug delivery systems.

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Author: Joerg Zimmermann, head of production, Vetter Pharma  | File Type: PDF

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