Pharma Focus Asia

Webinar Sponsored byOliver Healthcare

Oliver Healthcare

The relationship between packaging adhesives and particulate generation in nested syringe tubs.

Did you know that particulate undetectable to the human eye can impact a drug’s solubility, stability and efficacy? Studies have linked presence of particles in pre-filled syringes to immune responses in patients.

The sterility of a drug delivery system is extremely important for pharmaceutical companies and manufacturers. Choosing the appropriate sterile barrier material that can help minimize particulate generation is a crucial decision that manufacturers must make to ensure the highest level of protection for their drug application. Especially considering the long process which includes drug development, product launch, and choosing a partner for syringe filling & packaging.

Oliver Webinar

Wednesday, 3rd June 2020, 11am (GMT+8)

Santosh Madival

Santosh Madival

Senior Principal Engineer

Technical Services, APAC

In this webinar, Participants will learn about:

  • How to significantly minimize particulate generation as a result of packaging adhesive technology.
  • How to meet the industry’s stringent regulatory requirements.
  • Different types of adhesive technologies.
  • How selecting the right adhesive for your application can help achieve lower particulate levels in prefillable syringe packaging.

Who Should Attend:

  • Medical Devices Manufacturers
  • Contract Manufacturers
  • Manufacturers of IVD products
  • Manufacturers of Pharmaceuticals
  • Biomedical Engineers
  • Design Engineers
  • Packaging Engineers
  • Process Engineers
  • Quality Engineers
  • R&D Engineers

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About - Santosh Madival

Santosh is a Senior Principal Engineer at Oliver Healthcare Packaging, Singapore and is responsible for technical services support for customers within the Asia-Pacific region. He has over 18 years of experience in packaging development, quality assurance, packaging engineering, new packaging development and technical service. Santosh worked at Edwards Lifesciences and Zimmer Biomet as a packaging engineer, focused on higher-end class III device applications. A portion of his career was also in flexible film development, converting and lamination.

Santosh graduated from Michigan State University, with a Masters in Packaging Science, as well as a Bachelors degree in Chemistry and a Diploma in Packaging Technology from Mumbai University.

Santosh is a trained auditor for ISO13485.