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ampoule

(esp US), ampule
Med a small glass vessel in which liquids for injection are hermetically sealed

ampule

[′am‚pyül]
(medicine)
A small, hermetically sealed flask that usually contains medicine for parenteral administration.
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Etoposide injectable solution or powder for parenteral use 20 mg / ml, 5 ml vial or ampule.
Andy Rosch, Chief Executive Officer of Rosch AG, stated, "We are very pleased to have a high speed system that will mass produce our ampules in quantities that make our costs extremely competitive.
Dacarbazine injectable solution or powder for parenteral use 200 mg vial or ampule
2 million automated system will provide low-cost, state-of-the-art manufacturing of our disposable drug delivery ampule.
Container integrity: Seidenader will present the new HVLD SOLO, a compact high voltage leak detection module as stand-alone machine, to check vials or ampules for micro-cracks and pinholes.
The Army recruiting authorities found syringes and empty ampules of drugs outside the recruitment venues.
On some days, it is estimated 2,000 ampules of these painkillers were being administered at SMC alone," sources said.
TREATMENT AND CLAIMS MADE There's a variety of cosmetic skin treatments packaged seductively in ampules, which beauticians apply during facials to moisturise the skin.
Meanwhile, an alleged "drug mule" who had ingested dozens of narcotics-filled ampules was arrested at Muscat International Airport on his arrival from an undisclosed Asian nation, the police said on Friday.
The discovery was made at 8am on Monday when staff found a cabinet in the endoscopy theatre of the hospital had been broken into and ampules of drugs stolen.
They had six ampules of Cesium, with which they intended to contaminate the Bulgarian seaside and trigger an environmental catastrophe.
Each kit contains six activator brushes and two bleach ampules sufficient for 16 teeth.