unit-dose package

u·nit-dose pack·age

(yū'nit-dōs pak'ăj)
The repackaging of a bulk medication into smaller single-use systems for ease of dispensing to patients in hospitals or long-term care facilities.
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The company is committed to expanding its line of multisource pharmaceutical products that are formatted as bulk and unit-dose package configurations for liquids and solids; coated, sustained-release and controlled-release tablets; nasal sprays; topical solutions; cytotoxics; and CII narcotics.
ClearShield comes in a convenient, hygienically sealed unit-dose package that includes an easy-to-use applicator and mixing well to ensure consistent fluoride levels.
Carol Gamsby, director of sales, James Alexander Corporation, says that many of her customers require a customized unit-dose package, tailored to fit a product's requirements in order to ensure stability.
Marketing over 75 medications in about 250 package sizes, Roxane is focused on expanding its line of multisource pharmaceutical products formatted as bulk and unit-dose package configurations for liquids and solids; coated, sustained-release and controlled-release tablets; nasal sprays, topical solutions, cytotoxics and CII narcotics.
Unit-dose packages produced by SKY Packaging, a McKesson company, are certified for use in PROmanager-Rx.
For the sun-screen product the company has chosen to use our strip of five white unit-dose packages.
The syringes, which are 100% steam terminally sterilized, labeled and packaged in ready-to-use, unit-dose packages, are designed to minimize syringe-generated reflux.