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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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Presently the Tin Woodman changed his position, and at once Ojo, to the astonishment of all, dropped to the floor and held his crystal vial under the Emperor's knee joint.
I had no idea, at first, that there was such a thing; but it's now safe in the little crystal vial.
The glass vial manufacturers and drug companies have taken several approaches to resolve this issue.
Micro vials Eire manually fed to the MB 25, or the filler/capper can be integrated with an automatic micro vial feeding system.
BIC Y WORLD CLASS MARKETS has become one of the first regional chains in the country to implement a prescription vial recycling program for consumers, say company officials.
The labeling changed from dose of drug per ml, to the identification of the total amount of drug per vial.
The company uses a precision injection technique to ensure every vial undergoes this treatment.
com)-- Bay Alarm Medical, a leading provider of senior medical alert systems, today announced that it has begun offering the Vial of Life emergency medical to its new customers, absolutely free.
The vial supposedly containing the late president's dried blood was bidding at 7,587 pounds ($12,000) as of Tuesday with two days left in the sale.
An unopened vaccine vial can be wasted in several ways -- by lapsing into expiry, exposure to heat or cold, breakage, contamination and theft.
Closed vial technology addresses these two issues by using stoppered and ready-to-fill vials (Figure 1).
A passing comment by Faith Roberts, Parish Nurse Program Coordinator for Carle Foundation Hospital, about the Vial of Life Program in Urbana, IL, at the 2010 Conference in Portland, prompted Elizabeth Lien to pitch the idea to Providence Portland Medical Center.