Global glass and plastic packaging manufacturer Bormioli Pharma has unveiled its new dual-chamber packaging system called AccuRec.
Bormioli Pharma said that the system will help address the issue of unstable drug formulations.
AccuRec has been designed to improve the patient experience with easier, simplified drug reconstitution.
It features two separate chambers, where pre-dosed solvent and drug powder can be stored separately, with the system releasing the powder into the solvent at the time of dosing.
Bormioli Pharma Business Development manager Anna Malori said: “We are very excited by the potential AccuRec offers to stakeholders across healthcare, from payers to patients.
“Its simplicity, accuracy, and design make it a suitable solution for drug stability issues and an attractive option for value-added medicines.”
The AccuRec system helps eliminate human errors by providing guided self-administration, effective mixing of pre-dosed solvent and drug powder.
Bormioli Pharma’s new packaging systems, as well as its wide range of Type I Glass containers, are being displayed at the CPhI North America event at Pennsylvania Convention Centre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The company intends to launch AccuRec into the market by the second quarter of this year.
Bormioli Pharma offers glass and packaging solutions to the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical markets.
Its products portfolio includes integrated glass and plastic containers, closures and accessories for packaging.