Consumer preference and brand team desires for differentiation are driving manufacturers to remove preservatives from formulations, because they can create adverse reactions in many patients. The side effects of preservatives often include irritation of the nasal passages, nose bleeds, allergic reactions and tissue thinning or damage – particularly a concern with chronic medication usage. Our quantitative research has shown that 80% of patients prefer preservative-free medications, and they are often willing to pay more for them. The research also found that the vast majority of physicians and pharmacists prefer prescribing/recommending preservative-free medications.


Overview

Detailed Description
Comes with a snap on S 20 closure for FEA 20 bottle neck; Can be paired with Mini, Elegant or Square rings/finger flanges and either Vented or non-vented caps/hoods; Dispensing outputs of 0.050, 0.070, 0.090, 0.100 and 0.140 ml, with customised intermediary outputs also available; Has a five fold mechanical protection against germs: First, non-return valve directly below the orifice bore; Second, non-return valve in the metering chamber; Third, filter element for contamination-free ventilation of the container; Fourth, locked nasal adapter; Fifth, sealed air path during storage
Major MarketHealth
Market - SegmentPharmaceuticals. Medical, Diagnostics. Wellbeing
Active PackagingActive, Smart Packaging. Security Measures
Primary Packaging TypeDispensing Closures. Pharmaceutical Components

General

MaterialsPlastic. Glass
Shape - Top DownCross Section Circular
  • Frank Robledano Espín
  • Product
  • English
  • Created 14 Jun 2018
  • Modified 04 Sep 2019
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