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unit dose

A dose of medicine prepared in an individual packet for convenience, safety, or monitoring.
Synonym: monodose
See also: dose
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The technology equips pharmaceutical manufacturers with the capability to continuously produce unit dose packaging units with minimum production errors and comprehensively low requirement for any human intervention.
For 28 years, the group's mission has been "to promote the many benefits of unit dose packaging-especially the fact that these formats can be designed with compliance-prompting features proven to help people take their medications properly." Unit dose packaging is less common in the U.S.
The Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council (HCPC) is a not-for-profit trade association that was established in 1990 to promote the many benefits of unit dose packaging, especially the fact that these formats can be designed with compliance-prompting features proven to help people take their medications properly.
While the deal establishes an initial foothold for Amazon in the mail pharmacy space, she thinks it will take time to scale up and she does not believe PillPack's unit dose packaging technology is unique.
According to Progressive Care, the operation has experienced staff, all applicable licenses, commensurate PBM contracts as PharmCo, LLC, and a Parata PASS 500 unit dose packaging system.
Our experience in unit dose packaging, the quality of our work, the aesthetics of our finished products and the competitiveness of our costs make us undeniably appealing to work with."--Margery Woodin.
Unit dose packaging can be designed in compliance-enhancing formats that remind people whether they have taken their medications.
Incidentally, I have spoken to all three neurotoxin manufacturers, and they have no interest in adding preservative to their products or in bringing out smaller unit dose packaging. These regulations will have broad impact across the house of medicine because many specialties use neurotoxin.
Make no mistake, there is a difference between sample packaging and unit dose packaging. Marjorie Vincenti, communications project manager at Albea in France explains the difference.
Mystic provides patient-centric unit dose packaging and delivery technology for pharmaceuticals, biopharmaceuticals and biologics for intranasal, nose-to-brain, ophthalmic, sublingual, and otic product applications.
For over 20 years, we have applied our knowledge of blow-fill-seal unit dose packaging to continue to develop specialty dispensers for customers in a variety of markets.
* Unit Dose Packaging (Blow-fill-seal, Form-fill-seal)