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Medical device/drug packaging: An Institute of Packaging Professionals task force has launched an effort to determine what packaging defect sizes are dangerous for device and drug/device products.
Changes stemming from regulations, technological innovation and discovery bring about challenges for brand owners, packagers and OEMs
Vision systems are essential for maintaining product and packaging integrity and quality, but their integration requires a healthy mix of art and science.
Several factors converging at once for the pharmaceutical industry are contributing to the growth and importance placed on packaging
Pseudo-empirical modeling of drug packaging conditions can save up to six months time in getting pharmaceuticals to market.
FEA Modeling, 3-D Scanning, and SEM are all part of a right first time approach to pharmaceutical packaging.
New pharmaceutical packages not only protect proteins, but also prevent counterfeiting
Researchers have confirmed a common-sense notion: patient compliance with a prescribed medication regimen increases when the drug packaging is easier to read and understand.
This article discusses counterfeit drugs, current regulations and the latest packaging technologies.
Great things in pharma are coming in smaller packaging systems
Product Focus: Packaging Systems. Top suppliers of pharmaceutical packaging systems are designing equipment to meet the specific needs prioritized by the modern day pharmaceutical industry
Failure Modes and Effects Analysis promises to become a more important risk assessment tool for pharmaceutical manufacturing. Could its use be required for labeling and packaging?
Little research has been done on the impact that metals, glass and other drug packaging materials have on the effectiveness and read ranges of RFID. Even cardboard can affect RF if it has a certain moisture content, says Michigan States Robb Clarke. We talk with Clarke about what is known, what ...
The need for increased barrier properties and a right first time approach to packaging is driving new technologies and an open, scientific approach to design and implementation.
A packaging expert offers pointers on what pharmaceutical manufacturers need to know and to specify in order to ensure favorable outcomes.
Packaging does much more than serve as a place for the label
Sandro Gisler of Bosch Packaging Services relates his company's story of creating a track-and-trace solution with mass serialization capabilities in a regulated production environment.
Pharmaceutical processing & engineering: Why is a new prescription pill bottle on exhibit in a New York gallery? Retailers like Target think its the next big thing in drug packaging.
With Pharma EXPO just two months away, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing discusses the challenges of today's quickly changing packaging systems with Jerry Martin, pharmaceutical and life sciences consultant to PMMI, The Association of Packaging and Processing Technologies.
Advantages of paper or film banding in pharmaceutical packaging
Drug-packaging combinations require greater attention as knowledge of interactions between packaging materials and their enclosed drug product increases.
FDA Bar Code Rule: What packaging levels does the rule apply to? Should different coding be used for product and packaging? Bert Moore of AIM Global clears up the confusion.
RFID gets most of the publicity, but experts acknowledge that it can, in theory, be hacked, while an RFID chip on a package may not guarantee that the product is not diverted. Holograms and other forms of security can be, and are, copied. One company offering a potential solution that could work ...
Drug Packaging: Accumulating buffer systems ensure greater uptime along production lines, reduce product backups and enhance throughput.
Inside look: Catalent’s Woodstock, Illinois, facility has been pioneering blow-fill-seal aseptic packaging for decades