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March 21, 2019

When to Use a Cyclic Olefin Polymer Prefilled Syringe

The global injectable drug market sees an ever-increasing adoption of high-value biologic drug products. More than half of today’s 20 top selling injectables are biologics, and many of them are delivered in a prefilled syringe. Even though glass syringes are predominantly used for primary containment of parenterals, the (bio)pharmaceutical industry continues to cope with certain limitations associated with glass prefilled systems.
Nico Brandes

Nico Brandes

Director, Product Management, Vial Containment & PFS

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