As science progresses, our understanding of how medication can be delivered and absorbed follows suit. In many cases, medicine simply can't be taken orally due to the condition or age of the patient or the symptoms that are in play. When an oral remedy is impractical or impossible, rectal delivery is the most viable option, and Phaba's latest micro-enema kit is designed to offer ease of use, comfort, and functionality.
Delivering medicine rectally can offer a number of advantages, such as having the effects of the medicine come on more quickly. Also, rectal delivery rarely leads to nausea.
The micro-enema kit by Phaba is the perfect packaging for evacuating glycerol solutions. Suitable for up to 9ml of liquid, this small kit made of LDPE is usable by everyone, and is especially indicated for children, particularly those that are too small to adhere to an oral medication regimen. The kit is composed of a bellows container with a very small cannula dispensing top that comes with a cover and tamper evidence. The pressure closure assures a perfect seal.
As part of Phaba's ongoing project to renew its machinery and equipment, the packaging company has restyled its Talco line of bottles for talc and powder. The new innovation and technology has permitted Phaba to update its moulds, and the Italian company is benefiting from both a more efficient production as well as an optimization of resources.
Phaba upgrades technology to explore new pharma and cosmetic packaging possibilities
Italian company Phaba provides innovative and practical packaging designs for pharmaceutical, cosmetic and dietary products, always seeking to create and discover new trends. The company has recently undergone various technological upgrades, maximising their efficiency and range of products. Walter Cecchini, CEO of Phaba, discusses the scope and benefits of these updates and how they are opening up new possibilities for the company.
Phaba creates a new enema kit that's perfect for diagnostic, laxative, or therapeutic purposes
Rectal deliveries of liquid or semi-liquid substances are used in the medicine for diagnostic, laxative or therapeutic purposes. They enable the carrying out of X-ray examinations and are recommended in case of constipation or before an operation.
Phaba speeds up production with rapid prototyping
Phaba, a leading manufacturer of plastic primary packaging, continues with the process undertaken over the last few years aimed at improving productivity and customer service by extending its fleet of machines and by investing in 3D printing technology, featuring an automated calibration system.
Phaba's latest dispensers for sweetener tablets
Phaba is proud to present its line of dispensers for sweetener tablets. Compact and easy to use, these dispensers by Phaba are a perfect packaging solution to have sweetener tablets always with you. Available in two sizes (for 100 or 300 tablets), PHABA dispensers are equipped with an automatic trigger for distribution of single tablets of the popular 5mm x 2mm size.
Phaba's Walter Maria Cecchini wants to "foster innovation without losing sight of genuine high quality production"
Recently, Phaba Italy joined the Webpackaging community in order to bolster online marketing efforts and increase their name recognition internationally. Phaba's CEO, Walter Maria Cecchini, was kind enough to dedicate some time to us this week in order to share his vision of the firm and the market changes that are driving Phaba's latest efforts.
A new line of packaging by Phaba: pill jars, with desiccant reservoirs
Phaba has released a new line of packaging dedicated to the pharma and nutraceutical sectors. The new pill jars offer a 50ml container paired with a pressure strip cap and a container insert that may be filled up with silica to eliminate humidity.
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