SPECIAL FEATURE – PFS & Parenteral Manufacturing: How COVID-19 Changed the Market
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With the continued growth in both biologics and biosimilars for subcutaneous delivery, these formulations present challenges related to the volume of injection, viscosity, and injection time. Hence, there is an increased need to deliver higher volumes of biologics (greater than 1mL) via subcutaneous injection. This has led to the emergence of safety devices for 2.25mL PFS, enabling higher volume administration and the benefit of preventing needlestick injuries as well as enabling patients to administer medication at home. Get the full story here.