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Packaging critical for in vitro diagnostics

from Healthcare Packaging

Moisture, oxygen and hydrocarbons can threaten the accuracy and consistency of in vitro diagnostic devices. Analyzing urine, saliva and blood samples are critical in determining patient care. That makes it critical for packaging to do its part to maintain the reliability of the in vitro diagnostics used for such samples. In an October 2010 article for IVD Technology, Adrian T. Possumato writes, "IVDs are highly sensitive to changes in their packaging environment. Moisture is typically the biggest degradation threat to IVDs. The largest single contributor to moisture ingress is via imperfections in the seal of the packaging that is supposed to protect the IVD device." more

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