People take a lot of tablets each day. Headache tablets, supplements, medicines advised by the physician – there are many options. But not everybody sees the processes in which the medicines are packed.
What is the meaning of particular materials and why are they applied?
One of the most popular and commonly employed types of pharmaceutical packaging are blisters and glass containers. They can be also put in little, polymer jar with a lid that is quite tricky to remove. Why? That sort of cap is designed to protect children from unsupervised eating of the medicine. Everyone knows the children’ curiosity about anything around them. But a brief moment of distraction can finish severely… That is why the producers of medical packagings design new ideas. It is not easy at all. Kids must not be able to open the lid effortlessly, but simultaneously, elderly people with some disabilities need to have access to the drug. The designers ought to consider the expectations of various groups of recipients. And, naturally, the materials applied must not react with the drugs contained in pills. Many substances also require light shielding. They are usually contained in dark, brown vials made out of special glass. The box must be also durable enough – it can not crack easily if it falls on the floor.
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