Parenterals

Nov 02, 2015
Pharmaceutical Technology
Although shortages, quality, and regulatory challenges remain, improved technologies and new investments suggest that the worst may be over.
Nov 02, 2015
Pharmaceutical Technology
Delamination of glass packaging is a source of particulates in parenteral drugs, but identifying the root cause allowed the design of an improved manufacturing process for glass vials.
Oct 15, 2015
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Scottish injectable-drug manufacturer Symbiosis Pharmaceutical Services plans to expand its sterile filling facility.
Oct 08, 2015
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Manufacturing and technology transfer challenges, efficacy studies and vaccine potency assays, detection of viruses, and other elements of the conference program are on the agenda of the 2015 PDA/FDA Vaccines Conference.
Oct 06, 2015
Equipment and Processing Report
The challenge of achieving zero visible defects (i.e., particulates) in parenteral drugs will require a coordinated effort at all stages of the supply chain, particularly in the production and filling of primary containers.
Oct 02, 2015
Pharmaceutical Technology
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
GEA’s Pony NS2006L is a self-contained, high-pressure laboratory and pilot plant homogenizer for product development of advanced fluid applications.
Oct 02, 2015
Pharmaceutical Technology
Manufacturers of parenteral drugs face challenges to increase efficiency, control particulates, control extractables and leachables, and eliminate product/package interactions; new containers and packaging equipment offer increased options.
Sep 09, 2015
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
FDA warns that compounded or repackaged drugs stored in certain syringes made by Becton-Dickinson may lose potency because of an interaction with the rubber stopper.
Sep 02, 2015
Pharmaceutical Technology
Appropriate cleaning procedures are crucial for any cGMP aseptic or sterile pharmaceutical manufacturing process, including vial filling; operators share best practices for cleaning.
Aug 11, 2015
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
GEA's self-contained homogenizer is designed for laboratory applications, including cell dispersions.
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