Stability of extemporaneously prepared rifaximin oral suspensions
- Hard-to-open medicine caps. // Current Health 2;Oct96, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p2
Reports on the result of a study indicating that child-resistant medicine caps have saved hundreds of young lives since the United States government began requiring them in 1974.
- Child-resistant packaging. // FDA Consumer;Oct96, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p29
Reports on research findings indicating that child-resistant packaging has saved hundreds of lives since it was mandated for oral prescription drugs in 1974. Researcher Gregory Rodgers' article published in the `Journal of American Medical Association.'
- Did you know...that child-resistant drug packaging saves lives? // People's Medical Society Newsletter;Dec96, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p8
Reports on the findings of a new study by a US Consumer Product Safety Commission researcher, which shows that child-resistant packaging requirements for prescription drugs have saved the lives of children since they were implemented in 1974. Difficulty for children to open child-resistant drug...
- MATERIALS. // Food & Drug Packaging;Feb2007, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p68
The article offers information about several packaging materials including the 53-millimeter child-resistant closure from Rexam Closures & Containers, the polyethylene terephthalate Boston Rounds from Alpha Packaging and the Flavorseal BGB-90 Bone Guard Shrink Bag from Caroll Manufacturing & Sales.
- CRCs Now Mandated. Gefken, Carl // Global Cosmetic Industry;Dec2001, Vol. 169 Issue 7, p10
Reports the passage of the Child-Resistant Closure Rule in the United States. Coverage of the legislation; Impact of the death of 16-month-old Jason Bryson on the passage of the bill; Provisions of the regulation.
- Expanding the Use of Child-Resistant Packaging. Forcinio, Hallie // Pharmaceutical Technology North America;May2002, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p24
Focuses on the standards and regulations for child-resistant (CR) packaging for drugs in the U.S. Efforts to save children from traumatic experiences, injury and death; Compliance issues for CR packaging requirements; Concerns on the costly process of packaged designs.
- Cap it. // Drug Topics;3/20/95, Vol. 139 Issue 6, p20
Reports on the alliance between Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council and the Coalition for Responsible Packaging to oppose the proposed changes in testing of child-resistant packaging. Consumer Product Safety Commission's proposal.
- Vial/blister eas es Dramamine access. // Packaging Digest;Jan97, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p54
Introduces Dramamine in the new child-resistant and tamper evident vial. Features of the product; Vial graphic designs; Package' color patterns.
- Boxing out. Fogarty, Beth G. // Beverage World;Jun95, Vol. 114 Issue 1593, p72
Focuses on the efforts of the American aseptic carton industry to increase its share in the beverage packaging market. Maturity of the industry from a child-resistant packaging strategy into other capabilities; Emphasis on recloseability or resealability features of cartons; Vertical linkage of...