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vial

 [vi´al]
a small bottle.

vi·al

(vī'ăl),
A small bottle or receptacle for holding liquids, including medicines.
Synonym(s): phial
[G. phialē, a drinking cup]

vial

[vī′əl]
a glass container with a metal-enclosed rubber seal.

vial

see AMPOULE.

vial 

A very small bottle. It may contain a soft contact lens, medicine or perfume.

vial

a small bottle.
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Choose from six sizes of Sterile Empty Vials to meet a range of medication preparation demands.
In response to the pharmaceutical industry s delamination concerns surrounding the storage of pharmaceutical products in glass vials, SCHOTT has combined high-quality FIOLAX glass tubing with an optimized hot forming process, as well as a quantitative chemical glass surface test routine, to develop SCHOTT Vials DC.
As a result, customers will no longer risk having their confidential medical information being accessible to others when their vials are placed in curbside recycling bins or at other commercial recycling centers.
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0-mL plastic cap-pierceable vials, the product offers a closed-vial stability of 105 days and an open-vial stability of five days.
Closed vial technology addresses these two issues by using stoppered and ready-to-fill vials (Figure 1).
Additional vials are given to individuals to keep in their motor vehicles.
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GRAFTON - Officials of the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University have completed their investigation regarding water that evaporated from vials of botulinum toxin, and have submitted a report to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.