This presentation will provide reasons why material selection for small volume parenteral container closures should be built upon well-defined attributes rather than a random selection or just previous use. It will explore some of the factors and attributes to consider such as compatibility, material extractables, dimensional stability, and regulatory expectations. It will also delve into questions like what is meant by compatibility and how might extractable testing design choices influence selection.
Explore how performance, quality, safety, and functionality are all interconnected and affected by the choices made. Additionally, find out more about an ideal timeline for selection.
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