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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

see AMPOULE.

vial 

A very small bottle. It may contain a soft contact lens, medicine or perfume.
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The "Global Autosampler Vials Market Outlook: Industry Analysis & Opportunity Evaluation 2018-2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
While taking up the matter of increasing vaccine production at NIH, the committee was informed that a proposal to expand the vaccines centre at NIH was underway and that the Institute was currently producing 25,000 vials of snake venom serum and 100,000 vials of rabies vaccines which once expanded will increase to 100,000 and 700,000, respectively.
[ClickPress, Mon May 06 2019] Owing to superlative characteristic traits such as high resilience and large mouth built, besides full-proof sealability, prefilled formalin vials have considerably gained large scale adoption in sample collection and subsequent transit and transportation.
ZEMAIRA dosing is weight-based, so a patient weighing 184 pounds currently requires five 1-gram vials. With the larger vial sizes, a majority of patients will be able to streamline their preparation of ZEMAIRA to a single vial per dose.
a huge impact on the development of the prefilled formalin vials market during the forecast period.
West Pharmaceutical Services introduced the new DAIKYO PLASCAP RUV one-step press-fit vial closure solution for serum applications.
Infeed of the vials and bottles can be executed from a tray via a turntable and conveyor or inline from an upstream machine via conveyor.
With respect to forming processes, molding involves a one-step, high-temperature process that leads to homogeneous surface chemistry with high alkali/alkaline content, while tubular vials are formed in a two-step process, typically from glass with a higher silicon content.
The vials are then sent to specific processing centers in partnership with Tri State Distribution for shredding and reuse into other products such as carpeting.
After circling the earth more than 15,000 times in three years onboard the International Space Station, vials of Ardbeg whisky were returned safely to earth in September.
* Separate heparin vials and use older vials with older labels first before dispensing the vials with updated labeling.
" Interestingly, the wastage of vaccine vials because of cold storage failure during transport was found to be negligent or none.