SYRINGE SYSTEM – The Credence Companion Syringe System Delivers on Safety & Usability Using Human Factors Studies
John A. Merhige, MEM, and Lisa Caparra, RN, explain how development of the Companion product line has been driven by these two constituents, the innovation driven by the end-users’ needs and the avoidance of change driven by needs of the drug manufacturer.
EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW – Terumo: Innovating at the Speed of Life for Cutting-Edge Solutions in Medical Devices & Services
Mr. Juichi “Jim” Takeuchi, Terumo Corporation’s Executive Officer and President of Global Pharmaceutical Solutions, discusses his company’s innovative approach to parenteral drug delivery using integrated science and technology.
Bernd Zeiss provides study results that contribute to a clearer picture of the factors of influence that are crucial to syringe function. Several common hypotheses were verified, while others were refuted.
CAPSULE TECHNOLOGY – Enteric Capsule Drug Delivery Technology – Achieving Protection Without Coating
Hassan Benameur, PhD, says ECDDT represents a new, faster, and easier means for oral delivery of labile entities, such as peptides, nucleotides, live biopharmaceutical products, and vaccines.
SPECIAL FEATURE – Prefilled Syringes & Parenteral Contract Manufacturing: Anticipating the Needs of the Future
Contributor Cindy H. Dubin speaks with several companies in the prefilled syringe and parenteral manufacturing market that are offering a range of services and systems that cater to today’s issues as well as anticipating the needs of the future.
ADVANCED DELIVERY DEVICES – Design & Evaluation of a Polymer-Based Prefillable Syringe for Biopharmaceuticals With Improved Functionality & Performance
Sagarika Bose, PhD, and Kevin Constable address the design of a new commercially available polymer-based prefillable syringe with enhanced performance features when combined with complex biopharmaceutical drug products.
EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW – SOLIZE: 3D Data-Based Engineering & Manufacturing to Accelerate Delivery Device Development
Yoshiki Matsuda, Director of SOLIZE, discusses how his company can create new and innovative solutions to accelerate the development of devices and combination products built thereon.
Niels Düring discusses Gerresheimer’s Plastic Packaging division and the complementary synergies working for a company that also manufactures glass provides.
ADVANCED DELIVERY DEVICES – Self-Administration Device Training: Incorporating New Technologies to Reduce Device Errors
Craig Baker says at its core, the ultimate goal of device training is to improve the patient experience and create value for HCPs and industry stakeholders, and improved training technologies can allow brands to engage patients and provide personalized training content based on individual patient needs and performance.
Richard Featherstone explains how manufacturers of combination products are being asked to provide rigorous data on the safety of product when intended users use them. These challenges are not going to diminish, but with a focused approach and some sound HF principles, manufacturers can navigate the challenges successfully.
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Enable Injections, Inc. recently announced it has entered into a multi-product development agreement with Sanofi S.A.
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Hovione Technology, a specialist in development of innovative inhalation device technology, recently announced it has secured global rights to develop and commercialize a new ultra-affordable, multi-use blister-based dry powder inhaler patented by inventor Dr. Klaus-Dieter Beller.
Peter Soelkner says there will always be a wide variety of trends influencing our industry and we see no reason why this will not continue well into the future.
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