The Long Path Drugs Must Take from The Lab to the Store

Written by Small Business Tips. Posted in Packaging medical, Pharma track and trace, Track and trace pharmaceutical

Formulation development and manufacturing

Getting new drugs from the lab to the stores is a long and complicated. It needs to be to protect the public from bad pharmaceutical products. Since 2010, doctors in hospitals have ordered at least 271.4 million prescriptions for their patients. Doctors out of the hospital setting have prescribed 285.1 million prescriptions medications in that same amount of time. Companies dealing with clinical trials project management know how much is involved in the process and how many details need to be taken care of. These are the phases of the process.

In the first phase, the safety of the product, drug or device is carefully assessed. This phase generally takes at least a few months to finish. Typically, between 20 to 100 people are involved here. These are healthy people. Research

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Worldwide are Working To Raise Safety Standards for Consumers

Written by Small Business Tips. Posted in Blister pack manufacturers, Pharma track and trace, Stability studies

Blister package design

The pharmaceutical marketplace is set to undergo major changes: in the next few years, pharmaceutical serialisation will become the legally-mandated standard around the world. Serialisation, sometimes referred to as e-pedigree serialisation, refers to the practice of using packaging and electronic software solutions to comprehensively track and account for millions of units of prescription medications worldwide.

Designed to protect consumers from substandard or contaminated medication purchase and intended to facilitate widespread drug recall, pharmaceutical serialisation should be fully implemented in the next five years. The United States has set a firm deadline for 2017,