Newsletter | October 30, 2023

10.30.23 -- Global Market Trends For Drug–Device Combination Products


Global Market Trends For Drug-Device Combination Products

Drug-device combination products, also known simply as combination products, have a wide range of applications, including drug-eluting stents, prefilled syringes with medications, inhalers with drugs, transdermal patches with therapeutic agents, and more. This article shares new market research.


Alternative Coating Technologies To Silicone Oil For Prefillable Syringes

The challenges of silicone-oil lubrication and the growing trend for more viscous, protein-based drugs are now leading pharma and biotech companies to investigate alternative solutions.

Increasing Spray-Drying Throughput For Brick Dust Compounds

Brick dust compounds require additional steps if spray drying is to yield a commercially attractive process. Explore three technologies that improve solubility in organic solvents for spray drying.

The Growth Of Sterile Injectables

Learn why partnering with a manufacturer capable of delivering flexible, aseptic fill/finish solutions for any size production run is essential for delivering products to patients safely and efficiently.

Large-Volume Injection Imaging Informs Effective Clinical Design

New higher volume, higher viscosity pharmaceutical formulations for subcutaneous injection, alternatives to traditional intravenous treatment, enable chronic disease therapy in alternate settings.

Developing A ‘Human Solution’ To Autoinjector Design

Delivering high viscosity (HV) formulations with a truly human solution involves a balance between safety and practicality. Learn the importance of achieving this solution with HV autoinjector design.

A Lifecycle Management Strategy For Sterile Injectables

Enhancing a drug's life cycle can be achieved by switching delivery formats. Learn about the benefits and challenges of transferring a therapeutic compound from one aseptic injectable format to another.

Mitigating Hidden Risks: Extractables And Leachables

Everything from glass or plastic bottles to the ink used in labels can leach unwanted contaminants. The first challenge chemists address is to narrow the focus onto the most likely suspects.


End-To-End Drug Development, Analytical Testing, And Fill/Finish

cGMP Aseptic Manufacturing And Sterile Fill/Finish

Combination Products

Biodegradable Polyester Amide Platform