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How To Increase Efficiency, Customer Satisfaction and Reduce Cost

A customer of Riverside Medical had required a complex four-part 'piggy back' label. The labels needed to be specially constructed to facilitate removal in parts at various stages of its use for quality control traceability. This label needed to carry variable data elements of LOT numbers, batch numbers and product descriptions, and also a secondary gamma indicator label placed on each of its 4 sections to prove its sterility following sterilisation.
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Manufacturing Consultancy up 150% as Life Sciences prepare for a digital future

Zenith Technologies, a world leader in delivering manufacturing software solutions to the life sciences industry, has seen a 150% rise in demand for its consultancy arm services.
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New Temperature Profiles from a Global Study

Laminar Medica

Recently there has been an influx of temperature mapping studies to collect sufficient ambient data to develop temperature profiles.  Solid temperature profiles on specific shipping routes are required to ensure streamlined packaging and robust lane qualification. The most reliable method to develop temperature profiles is to capture the actual reading from shipments, as well as using the historical and meteorological data to increase the confidence level.
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Industry Events

SMi Presents the 11th Adaptive Designs in Clinical Trials Conference 2019

1-2 April 2019, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London

SMi Group are proud to announce the 11th annual Adaptive Designs in Clinical Trials conference and exhibition will return to London from the 1st 2nd April 2019. With the growing popularity in use and acceptance of adaptive designs in clinical trials - demonstrated most recently with the new FDA draft guidance on adaptive designs there is a pressing need for a forum which explores this increasingly normalized medical methodology.
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