Blister Science & Technology – An in-depth overview
24th April 2012
Blister packaging emerged in the 1960’s to aid patient compliance and grew exponentially in the 1980s to
cater for Original Pack Dispensing and to reduce tampering, contamination & dispensing errors. It is now the
common pack of choice for solid dose oral medicines in Europe. But there are a wide variety of types, materials,
performance characteristics and related price points. This course will help you identify the choices, properties and
issues of each, how you can get better performance out of your existing blister materials and the affect of tooling choice on that.
It will also provide an overview of tools and techniques to help your design the ‘perfect blister’.
Bring YOUR OWN PACKS and issues along for a FREE AUDIT & interactive advice session.
By the end of the course delegates will have a greater appreciation of:
• The underlying issues
• The various materials available & the pros & cons of each
• How to improve the chances of success in stability testing, in production and in terms of shelf life
• How you could improve your own packs
• How to develop a robust strategy for use in your own organisation
BRING YOUR OWN PACKS along on the day for a FREE AUDIT
For further information on this course in easy to print PDF format just follow this link to Blister Science & Technology – An in-depth overview PDF
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