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The site produces inhalers, insulin pens and syringes in a controlled environment
For its medical technology subsidiary Novoplast Schlauchtechnik
When a pack is difficult to open, a frustrated patient will turn to inappropriate tools to access the contents, with potentially serious consequences. Hilary Ayshford looks at an innovative closure that aims to make the administration of ophthalmic drops easier and safer
Supple and lightweight garment offers a barrier against a broad range of chemicals
For the storage of noxious or odorous chemicals
Building classic cleanrooms often involves long planning times and large investments. For SMEs such as veterinary clinics, pre-fabricated cleanroom modules can provide containment solutions with particular benefits, argues Axel Tesch, WISAG
Announces gala celebration during the Society’s 2014 Pharmaceutical Quality Week
High potency drugs place demanding requirements on blister machinery and often result in a trade-off between flexibility and scalability. Marc Schweisfurth, Managing Director, Rohrer, examines the issues and describes a new machine, jointly designed with the Swiss company, Skan, to meet these challe
Require only the inoculation of a fabric sample pad and an incubation period
Biotech-based facilities featured prominently in the 2013 Facility of the Year Awards. Susan Birks takes a look at the winning entries
Additional features were also included in the design, such as five access doors with pneumatic seals
As more and more healthcare institutions are faced with reducing the risk of healthcare acquired infections, Lisa Grimes, President and CEO of PurThread Technologies, reviews arguments in the ‘horizontal vs vertical’ infection prevention control strategy debate