Pharmaceutical manufacturers developed the Oral Film Technology (OFT), also known as Orodispersible films (ODFs), fast dissolving films, or fast disintegrating films. This type of pharmacokinetic mechanism allows it to avoid first-pass metabolism, thus, providing a fast onset of action with enhanced bioavailability.
The determination of personnel and environmental potential exposure is usually required for the safe handling of high potency active pharmaceutical ingredients (HPAPIs). A selective process in selecting the most appropriate strategies is also a must for the assurance of containment.
Esco welcomes 2019 with an innovative and internationally compliant equipment to add to its line of isolation technology: the Streamline® Compounding Isolator - Gen 2 (SCI-G2).
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has also published a new data integrity guidance aimed at assisting pharmaceutical manufacturers to meet the regulator's standards; which relates to the agenda of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)-related concerns.
Various pharmaceutical industries who are in need for the right equipment and services are the company's main patrons. Esco Pharma visited various countries and participated in numerous exhibitions and conferences; staying true to its commitment of providing product awareness among healthcare professionals.
A filling line is an integral part of manufacturing sterile pharmaceutical products. It ensures that parenteral medications are prepared inside an ISO classified environment for the whole manufacturing cycle, which is achieved through the use of a Restricted Access Barrier System (RABS) or an isolator.
With the successful commencement of the first ever Philippine Herbal Medicine Summit last October 25, 2016, the University of the Philippines - National Institute of Health (UP - NIH) Institute of Herbal Medicine brings it back this October 4 - 5.
A novel drug delivery system has recently been acknowledged, and it is with the use of microspheres. They are defined as solid, spherical particles ranging in size from 1 to 1000 µm.