Dr Blair Brettmann
Georgia Institute of Technology
ELECTROSPINNING: A PROMISING APPROACH TO CONTINUOUS MANUFACTURING FOR PHARMACEUTICALS
Blair Brettmann discusses the present advantages and challenges, as well as the future potential, of electrospinning as a continuous manufacturing technique for the pharmaceutical industry.
TORSTEN MASCHKE, DATWYLER SEATLING SOLUTIONS
Torsten Maschke discusses the industrialisation of drug delivery, from the perspective of an industrialisation specialist partner for the pharmaceutical industry, looking at the trends in the field today and the advantages of the modern paradigm of partnering.
GO WITH THE FLOW – SOLVING POWDER FLOW CHALLENGES BEFORE PRODUCTION
Jonathan Gaik discusses the various problems in tablet compression that can be caused by not giving due care to powder flow in the development stage and how, by doing so, what would be serious problems at the industrial scale can be solved in advance.
GAS PLASMA PROCESSING: A LONG-TERM SOLUTION FOR RESPIRATORY DEVICES
Ameet Sule, Head of H&T Presspart’s Inhalation Product Technology Centre (IPCT), discusses the new challenges arising in metered dose inhaler design since the change from CFC to HFA propellants.
DEVICE MANUFACTURING FROM DEVELOPMENT THROUGH COMMERCIALISATION
Sheleagh Dougan and Meredith Canty give an overview of the scales of manufacturing throughout the design of a new combination product and the necessary considerations at each one.
THE CHALLENGES OF MANUFACTURING COMBINATION COMPONENTS
Bob Parsons and Jim Arps discuss three significant challenges faced by companies looking to manufacture components for combination products in the medical sector and how ProMed has risen to meet them.
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