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delivery system

n.
1. A means or procedure for providing a product or service to the public: the health care delivery system.
2. A means, technology, or device for administering drugs to a patient.
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According to U Deliver Medical, the bFed System is an innovative tube feeding delivery system that makes it easier for home tube feeders and their caregivers deliver any form of nutrition they choose.
'This will definitely improve the delivery systems in the public sector hospitals,' the PMA said while also seeking increase in the health budget of the country in accordance to WHO recommendations, that is equivalent to 6% of the total GDP.
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In order to design a delivery system that meets compliance requirements and the needs of both the drug and the user, the manufacturer must consider the interface between the drug, container, delivery device, and patient.
"The major challenges encountered in the development of an effective delivery system lie with controlling the development and manufacturing costs," noted John Tobin, founder and president of Nu-traFooci Science Delivery System (NSDS), Egg Harbor Township, NJ, which manufactures Nutra3 Complex Strip Melts.
This system is often used for convenience and may not be the final or best delivery system for the drug.
According to the company, the customer chose Eurotech to upgrade to a newer, drop-in compatible embedded computer and extend the lifecycle of its automated chemical delivery system. Used in silicon wafer factories, the system ensures chemical purity and precision delivery to increase the efficiency and uptime of the production facility.
Capsugel (www.capsugel.com) is delighted to announce that its integrated Licaps Drug Delivery System is being used by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) to produce new capsule lines with a proven, secure seal.
These systemic health care delivery system problems result in lower quality of care, higher-than-necessary medical costs, a loss of health system capacity, and a reduction in access to care.