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Suitability-for-Use Considerations for Prefilled Syringes
The nature of their application and their mode of use mean that prefilled syringes meet the regulatory definitions of immediate packaging or container–closure systems.


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For more on this topic, see "Big Shot: Developments in Prefilled Syringes" in the March 2007 issue of Pharmaceutical Technology.


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