Glass Vials Made By Tubing Process May Need To Be Avoided; FDA Tells Sponsors To Check Vendors' Quality Systems
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
No adverse events can be attributed to vial delamination, FDA says, but notes glass flakes in injected drugs could cause thrombotic events.
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