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Archive for June, 2011

Call Attention to Threats

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

While reading about Canada's seizure of counterfeit Cialis in Toronto, I came across an interesting site: While it sounds like the subject line of spam e-mail, I do encourage you to check it out. There you will learn that "this website is now owned by Eli Lilly ...

Study Points To Value Of Calendar Packaging

Friday, June 24th, 2011

A study of patient refill behavior to be published this month in Clinical Therapeutics shows modest--but significant--adherence improvements in patients using calendar blister packaging (CBP). A Pharmacoepidemiologic Analysis of the Impact of Calendar Packaging On Adherence to Self-Administered Medications for Long-Term Use reports on an analysis of pharmacy claims data from ...

Live the Life of an IV Start Kit

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

This October 5-6, Michigan State University (MSU) and Oliver-Tolas Healthcare Packaging will once again host the Healthcare Packaging Immersion Experience (HcPIE), a unique program that simulates healthcare practitioners' experiences as they interact with packaging. In this year's program, attendees will be able to witness package use during simulated ambulance ...

Does Your Drug-Dosing Device Deliver?

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Do you know whether the delivery devices included with your OTC liquid pharmaceutical products match your product's dosage instructions down to the half teaspoon? They better match exactly---otherwise your drug could be considered misbranded. In addition, how well does your device deliver your intended dosage? As one potential solution, a drug-delivery ...

Ready-to-Use Products Keep Urgent Care at the Ready

Friday, June 10th, 2011

Baxter recently launched premixed IV formulations of NEXTERONE (amiodarone HCl) approved by FDA in two ready-to-use dosage forms, reports Christine Snyder, director of marketing for Baxter's U.S. Drug Delivery business. The new products are a 150-mg drug in a 100-mL flexible container for rapid 10-minute loading infusion, and a 360-mg ...