How to Keep Pharmaceutical Drugs Secure During Travel

Written by Wall Street News on September 23rd, 2016. Posted in Bottle filling companies, Clinical trial material supply, Serialisation

Clinical storage

Ensuring that medical supplies and pharmaceutical drugs are properly transported and kept safe the entire time is incredibly important to the integrity of not only the sending manufacturer and receiving store, it also says a lot about the transportation company. However, unfortunately, it’s not possible to make 100% sure that every single person hired at all three points is going to be suitable and honest. The traveling part of the process is the most dangerous as far as keeping drugs safe and secure. There are a lot of things that work together to make sure that any negative activity is caught. Here are just some of the ways that drugs and supplies are protected during their transportation period.

E-pedigree Serialisation
An e-pedigree serialisation which is also called an electronic pe

The Pharma Packaging Secret Everyone Should Know About

Written by Wall Street News on April 20th, 2016. Posted in Clinical label design and print, Clinical trial material supply, Formulation development and manufacturing

Blister pack manufacturers

Whether or not it makes us comfortable, pharmaceuticals are playing an increasingly large part in our lives. Nearly 50% of Americans have taken at least one drug that can’t be found over the counter in the past month, and doctors fill around 2.6 billion prescriptions annually. We all practically plan for a follow-up trip to the pharmacist after a doctor’s appointment, because we know that most trips to the doctor end with writing a prescription. There are many ways to do medicine, and this is how America does it.
So, what does this mean? Well, it means that, whether you’re a pharmacist or a patient, you need to be careful of what you’re taking. Faulty pharma packaging can lead to contaminated medicine and makes coun