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Glass to plastic: a gas barrier PFS for biologics

An innovative prefilled syringe (PFS) for biopharmaceutical products.

New directions in the parenteral industry issues

Historically, glass has been the preferred primary container material for parenteral medicines mainly due to the material technical attributes of permeability. However, bio pharma drugs, new technologies and manufacturing processes are changing the glass dominated industry, and are opening the doors for an alternate material: Cyclo Olefins Polymers (COP) plastic.

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