In the context of the growing shift in emphasis from improving adherence to the better outcomes that can arise from doing so, Iain Simpson discusses why connectivity is becoming increasingly important in injectable drug delivery, and how it can benefit patients, providers and pharmaceutical manufacturers.
Sensile Medical has achieved a lot since its acquisition by Gerresheimer last year. Here they provide an update on two recent projects: the recent market launch of our first micropump, an infusion pump for Parkinson’s disease patients; and our latest project with SQ Innovation for a 3 mL furosemide patch pump.
PDA Europe presents the 16th edition of its signature event Universe of Pre-filled Syringes & Injection Devices – an important conference for people working in the fields of parenteral drug, and device, development, covering solutions to challenges regarding new developments, and regulatory and industry trends.
In this interview, Cécile Halté, Senior Program Manager, Acute Care Segment, for BD Medical – Pharmaceutical Systems. discusses validation studies of the BD Sterifill Advance™ plastic prefilled syringe, which is intended for use in the hospital setting by healthcare professionals either for manual bolus injections, or with infusion pumps.
Ramin Rafiei argues that connected therapeutics – the augmentation of drugs through sensors and connectivity – are now a clinical source for real-world data and provide an opportunity to bridge the efficacy-to-effectiveness gap. This next frontier in drug delivery, powered by connected therapeutics, will be data-driven, personalised, outcomes-based and accessible.
As Biocorp prepares for the market launch of its connected injector pen add-on, Mallya, Eric Dessertenne and Arnaud Guillet share insights about key steps in the company’s development. The article discusses the many partnership Biocorp has entered in to, and includes a mini-interview with Sergio Monti, Plant Manager for one such partner, V.A.R.I.