All eyes are on those on the front lines seeking to develop and produce new drugs. There’s unprecedented pressure to offer both immediate treatments for those affected and long-term biotherapies and vaccines to prevent future epidemics.
Instruments in today’s market are heavily data-driven and connected. Live information about your process can be accessed at the field level without having to be networked through a traditional HMI (human-machine interface). Learn how Industry 4.0 incorporates the data and analytics from smart instruments to add tremendous value to an organization.
Water for injection (WFI) is used in the pharmaceutical industry to formulate parenteral drugs and for cleaning and other manufacturing operations. Reverse osmosis followed by a polishing step can be a more efficient and cost-effective solution for WFI production.
There are many benefits to adding highly potent drug products to your portfolio, including increasing demand and generating potentially higher profit margins. Making the decision to incorporate highly potent drug products into your manufacturing facility can be a challenging process.