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ampoule

(esp US), ampule
Med a small glass vessel in which liquids for injection are hermetically sealed
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Asia Pacific and Latin America regions are the fastest growing regions for Glass Ampoules packaging market due to increase in expendable income in these countries.
The Ampoules and Blister Packaging market report includes competitive vendor landscape while considering major companies such as Amcor, Bemis, Berry Plastics, DuPont, MWV, Albea, Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings, Chesapeake, Technipaq, Steripack and Others.
Qadir remarked the imported insulin ampoules in Kurdistan are used for pediatric patients with Type 1 diabetes.
The trust has done a check of all ampoules and is carrying out additional measures to safeguard patients.
PCGR02 for extrusion blow moulding is intended for applications such as bottles and ampoules, and is decribed by SABIC as having "good contact transparency, outstanding impact strength and excellent processability".
Chatterjee's attention was drawn to the matter as he noticed in the answer that Ampoules and Auto Pvt Ltd is a Kolkata- based company.
Police warn that just one of the ampoules could prove fatal if taken without medical supervision.
Due to the low price and the high production costs, there is no profit margin for pharmaceutical manufacturing companies with a yearly sterile ampoules production of less than 20,000,000 pieces.
The stability of solutions having an electrolytic conductivity, [kappa], of 5 [mu]S/cm to 100 000 [mu]S/cm packaged in glass screw-cap bottles, glass serum bottles, and glass ampoules was monitored for 1 year to 2 years.
For immunoassay, each participant received a basic set of ampoules containing the Second IRP, rhTSH (94/674), and pituitary TSH preparation 81/502, and in addition they received accelerated degradation samples selected on the basis of assay capacity, sample availability, and a design giving information across as wide a range of assay systems as feasible.
Injectable medicines are packed mostly in two different ways, either in ampoules or vials.
grading, grinding, and milling) botanical drugs and herbs (3) isolating active medicinal principals from botanical drugs and herbs and (4) manufacturing pharmaceutical products intended for internal and external consumption in such forms as ampoules, tablets, capsules, vials, ointments, powders, solutions, and suspensions.