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Isofarma, based in Fortaleza and with over than 15 years of history, also operates in the same segment, but with an emphasis on small volume parenteral solutions.
Light obscuration based instrumental particle counting/sizing techniques are widely used in the pharmaceutical industry to determine the concentrations and sizes of particles that are present in parenteral solutions. Examples include counting and sizing of subvisible particulate matter per USP Chapter (788) [4] or per European Pharmacopoeia 2.9.19 [5] and measuring the concentrations of larger sized globules in nutritional emulsions per USP Chapter (729) [6].
Coverage encompasses peptide synthesis, protein expression and purification, characterization, chemical pathways of degradation, derivatives, parenteral solutions and suspensions, nonparenteral routes of administration, immunogenicity of therapeutic proteins, among other topics.
It produces large volumes of high-purity water that is consistent and reliable for water-for-injection for parenteral solutions, cell culture growth, vaccines and other critical applications.
It ranges from simple to complex practices and incorporates theory with clinical application, with discussion of parenteral solutions, infusion equipment, peripheral and central line techniques and management, complications, medication infusion modalities, calculations, transfusions therapy, nutritional support, and phlebotomy.
A variety of nutritional supplements or enteral feedings were available, and 2 premixed parenteral solutions and 2 lipid solutions were also available.
The new facility, which will double the production of parenteral solutions to 40 million units from the current 20 million in 2013, is due to be completed in two years.
During the drug delivery process, it is common to use in-fine intravenous filters to remove fungi, bacteria, and particulate from parenteral solutions. Air bubbles can collect within these filter devices, which can negatively affect the performance of the medical device, drug delivery regimen, and ultimately patient safety.
(10.) "Quantitative determination of chemicals leached from rubber stoppers into parenteral solutions," J.
An in-house team of qualified scientists are readily available to provide expertise in designing formulations for injectables (enteral and parenteral solutions); tablets obtained by direct compression or wet granulation; syrups, suspensions, granules and sachets; toothpastes and mouthwashes; OTC and nutraceuticals as fiber sources and mineral supplements; and film coating.