Orthopedic implant packaging

"It really is about time we got some form of e-pedigree system in place" for drug products, states Bryan Liang, law professor, medical professor, and Vice President of the Partnership for Safe Medicine. He describes the Partnership for Safe Medicine as "a group of organizations and individuals dedicated to ensuring the safety of the drug supply," including physician, pharmacist, university, industry, and other professional organizations. The partnership has been heavily involved in advocating for a pedigree system to thwart counterfeiting and diversion, but it wants a workable system.

• made in a Class 10,000 clean room, particulate-free packaging provides shock and vibration protection for various medical implants

• combines thermoformed sheet plastics with foams, permitting sterilization

• clear plastics facilitate item identification and retrieval

• one tray design accommodates different products

UFP Technologies, Inc.
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