Wearable Bolus / High Volume Injectors
Issue No #60
September 14th, 2015
Inside the magazine
Dr Nicolas Brandes
West Pharmaceutical Services
DRUG PACKAGING SYSTEMS FOR THE DIGITAL HEALTH ERA
Nicolas Brandes discusses how the SmartDose high-volume injection device blends together a primary containment materials, the delivery device and a smartphone app from HealthPrize.
BD (Becton Dickinson & Company)
LEVERAGING PATIENT-CENTRED DESIGN TO DELIVER LARGE VOLUME DRUGS
Maggie Tsai describes using a patient-centred design approach to deliver larger volume drugs in a space where current delivery devices are being challenged.
THE DEVICE DEVELOPER PERSPECTIVE
A year on from ONdrugDelivery Magazine’s first wearable bolus (large volume) injectors edition Tom Oakley reviews the need for and state of wearable bolus injectors.
GETTING TO KNOW ENABLE INJECTIONS
Here follow five mini-interviews with key Enable members. We asked each of them the same five questions, and their answers give interesting insights, from varied perspectives, into what really makes Enable Injections tic.
SELECTING THE RIGHT WEARABLE INJECTOR TECHNOLOGY AND PARTNER
In this article, Alan Shortall provides a detailed run-down of how Unilife’s wearable devices portfolio meets the numerous requirements that pharma partners and patients demand of such a devices, and explains how this differentiates Unilife’s products from others in the space.
Dr Gerhard Mayer
A LARGE VOLUME SC DELIVERY SYSTEM MUST ADJUST TO DRUG & PATIENT NEEDS
Here, Gerhard Mayer, Sandra de Haan, and Helmut Thiemer describe the SenseCore micro pump and its advantages when applied in the area of large volume injection devices.
PRODUCT SHOWCASE: STEADYMED THERAPEUTICS’ PATCHPUMP
SteadyMed leverages its PatchPump® platform to develop its own therapeutic portfolio and partners to optimise the delivery of high volume (greater than 2 mL), high-value, small-molecule or biologic drugs.
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