Packaging matters—part I: design of the pack

R Lewis
Medical Device Technology 1991, 2 (1): 16-25
Following the author's discussion of seals and seal integrity in medical packaging in the May/June issue of Medical Device Technology, this article discusses the parameters involved in the design of a pack. These parameters are discussed in relation to each integral part of the overall medical device package, from the inner pack to the shelf pack, and the conclusion is reached that a number of pitfalls could be avoided if the device and the package were designed together. Part II will deal with material selection.

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