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Welcome to the Parenterals Universe

In the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industries, the ways to deliver medication through injectable application methods continue to improve. Starting from primary packaging solutions to devices with increased functionalities, novel concepts are being developed to better serve and meet patients’ needs.

Two concepts are becoming more important in this sector: the will to meet end consumer demands and the desire to enhance drug delivery. The benefits of pre-filled syringes and injection devices are governed by the fact that they allow convenient, reliable administration of the required medicinal doses, while empowering patients to become more independent from healthcare providers and external support.

Contemporary developments aim to improve these aspects by experimenting with a broad range of new materials, device mechanisms, interfaces, connected applications and specialised systems for large volume formulations.

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Georg Roessling, PhD is Conference Lead at PDA
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