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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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The extent of colonisation of the outside of drug ampoules can be expected to vary with manufacture and storage conditions.
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.
Participants were asked to perform the TSH immunoassays) currently in use in their laboratory and to carry out at least two independent assays (i.e., using freshly reconstituted ampoules) of each assay type, each assay to include a set of ampouled preparations selected with regard to assay system capacity and to provide maximum information for the study.
Ampoules are made from a special glass which conforms to various international standards i.e.
[ClickPress, Wed Oct 17 2018] Ampoules are small vials which are sealed for preservation of solid or liquid against contaminations.
[USPRwire, Wed Oct 17 2018] Ampoules are small vials which are sealed for preservation of solid or liquid against contaminations.
During the search, 345 balloons, 838 unused ampoules, 427 used ampoules, three canisters and an amount of e1/4184.50 were found and confiscated.
operates a manufacturing facility in northern NJ, offering contract manufacturing services and single-use packaging solutions including crushable glass ampoules, snap-top vials, plastic ampoules, unit-dose swabs, inhalants and dropper tip assemblies.
Three tenders for the supply of different medicines and ampoules including cancer ampoules.
For instance, the company expanded its line of traditional foam applicator tips for both glass and plastic ampoules.The Ham tips are available in both round and rectangular shapes, with flat, slanted or rooftop profile cuts and are uttered in a variety of different materials and densities.