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April 09, 2021

Vial Compatibility with Closed System Transfer Devices

Unanticipated incompatibilities between the drug product and a closed system transfer device (CSTD) delay therapeutic delivery to the patient. Considering the CSTD with the drug product and even co-packaging the drug product with an optimal FDA-approved CSTD will positively impact drug product therapeutic performance and ultimately patient care.
Aaron Chapman

Aaron Chapman PhD

Program Manager, Commercial Technology Development

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