Blister Pack


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Blister Pack

A form of packaging for small retail goods that forms fitted bubbles of plastic or aluminum around the individual products. For example, a blister pack forms a plastic cover over the individual pills in a box of medicine. Blister packs and similar packaging have been criticized for wastefulness, particularly because plastic is not biodegradable.
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Just like blister packs, "it cannot be put back on to make it look like it hasn't been opened before.
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announced today that Once-Daily ProQuin(R)XR, the new, prolonged release once-daily formulation of ciprofloxacin hydrochloride for the treatment of uncomplicated urinary tract infections (uUTI), is now available in 3-tablet blister packs, in addition to the original launch packaging of a bottle of 50 tablets.
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The blister pack configuration will be the only dosage form offered for sale in Europe.
75 gram blister pack in Australia, Europe, and the U.
All of NoviPet's products are based on an innovative patent-pending "soft-chew" delivery system and are available in pharmaceutical-like blister packs to maintain optimal freshness.
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The company offers a variety of packaging capabilities, among them shrink wrapping, blister pack, club packing, bagging and sorting.
Six of seven product packages are a curved, molded blister pack container, echoing the product's shape.