Blow fill seal (BFS) is a sterile drug filling technology in which a plastic container is extruded and formed into the shape of the container, filled and then sealed. It's a fully automated process with no human interaction that takes about 5 seconds
to complete. Because of the enhanced safety profile versus products filled in glass, BFS products have been rapidly accepted by patients and doctors across the world.
Doctors, patients and paramedical staff prefer using the twist-off plastic caps because it eliminates the risk of glass shards contaminating the medication and it's quicker to administer. Pharmacists and hospital administrators also appreciate the cost
efficiency as plastic reduces breakage and shipping costs relative to glass ampoules.
All our eye products are filled by a highly automated machine with barrier isolation. This eliminates human interaction and end product exposure to the environment ensuring a safer process.
We use a highly sensitive microdosing machine with 99% filling accuracy. Additionally, our usage of APIs and lactose along with individually weighed transparent HPMC capsules ensure our products are efficacious and effective. Furthermore, we test and
validate the compatibility across the most widely available delivery devices locally, which eases unnecessary burdens on both doctors and patients.
We addressed the main concerns of doctors, paramedical staff and patients by eliminating the risk of glass shards falling into the medication. Furthermore, we have formulated our product to be taken both orally and intramuscularly.
Levalbuterol contains only the active enantiomer responsible for bronchodilation which allows greater potency with a lower dose. The greater potency enables a quicker onset and a longer duration of action. Furthermore, the lower dosing requirement causes
fewer side effects.
We were the second generic provider of this product worldwide. We provided doctors with a treatment that has 2.5x greater pain reduction compared to Diclofenac and is a superior antipyretic compared to IV paracetamol. In fact, injectable ibuprofen is
the first and only U.S. FDA approved IV NSAID for both pain and fever.