Built on the legacy of BD's most advanced biotech syringe platform, the BD Neopak 2.25 mL glass prefillable syringe is designed to reduce undesired interactions, such as drug degradation or aggregation between the primary container and drug, to support biopharmaceutical manufacturers' efforts to mitigate product development and commercialization risks. The new syringe is now commercially available in the United States, Europe and Japan.
BD is a leading partner for biopharmaceutical manufacturers offering a wide range of services to assess drug-container compatibility, evaluate system-related functional requirements, human factors and provide regulatory expertise to support drug development. The BD Neopak 2.25 mL glass prefillable syringe expands the BD Neopak™ portfolio, which also includes a BD Neopak™ 1 mL glass prefillable syringe.
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