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World Pharma Today – New Independent Study Proves Coated Lidding Significantly Reduces Packaging-Related Particulate in Drug Delivery Systems*


Published on October 18, 2019

Coating technologies reduce particulate generation by up to 96% in pharmaceutical manufacturing.

As the demand for prefilled and prefillable syringe applications grow, one consideration for many pharmaceutical manufacturers is particulate; in particular, how particulate can be reduced in the manufacturing process.


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