A liquid-based topical product typically has a fluid or semi-solid consistency and is marketed in a single- or multiple-unit container (e.g., a rigid bottle or jar, a collapsible tube, or a flexible pouch). A powder product may be marketed in a sifter-top container. An antibacterial product may be marketed as part of a sterile dressing. There are also a number of products marketed as a pressurized aerosol or a hand-pumped spray.
Cartridges, syringes, vials, and ampules are usually composed
of Type I or II glass, or polypropylene. Flexible bags are typically
constructed with multilayered plastic. Stoppers and septa in cartridges,
syringes, and vials are typically composed of elastomeric materials.
The input (medication) and output (administration) ports for flexible
bags may be plastic and/or elastomeric materials. An overwrap
may be used with flexible bags to retard solvent loss and to protect
the flexible packaging system from rough handling.
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