Month: September 2021

Bioprocess Automation: A Step Towards Digital Transformation

In the era of digitalization where the world is looking forward towards automating their manufacturing process, the bioprocess industry took a while to adopt the automation technology. The biopharmaceutical industry came across several obstacles while adopting the automated technology. Examples of which include, complexity of the processes and delicacy of the living cells and organisms

Drug Reconstitution Systems: Reconstitution of Drug and Delivery

The novel drug reconstitution systems have emerged as a promising alternative to traditional methods of reconstitution, adding significant value to the storage and transfer of lyophilized therapeutics. These systems enhance the portability, efficiency and optimum delivery of the lyophilized drugs and have the potential to reduce the number of steps significantly, which enable the dilution

Reconstitution Medication: Reconstitution of Lyophilized Drug

Lyophilization of Pharmaceuticals and Reconstitution Medication In 2018, seven out of ten top-selling prescription medicines were biologics. The liquid formulations of biologics are not much stable and tend to loose efficacy with time due to the changes in their pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties. Therefore, lyophilization of such drugs is essential before their storage. Around 50%

CMO Manufacturing and The Rising Adoption of Novel Processes

Recent developments in pharmacology and biotechnology have been able to drive significant advances and innovation in understanding the root causes of various diseases; this has further aided in the discovery and development of more targeted treatment strategies. It is worth noting that such advances in the healthcare industry have made pharmaceutical development and CMO manufacturing

Clinical Trial Design: What Does the Future Hold?

Over the years, clinical research has undergone an evolutionary change, in terms of cost of research, technology used, and duration of the study. It is worth highlighting that clinical research involves two major steps, namely study design and study reporting. Further, study design involves three key steps, theoretical design, data collection design and statistical analysis