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Glass Breakage in Pharmaceutical Packaging

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Thanks to low extractable/leachable profiles, small diffusion coefficients and high transparency, glass reigns as the undisputed material of choice for parenteral packaging. For a long time, the only major drawback of glass was believed to be its inherent breakage risk. This has not changed: recent concerns about breakage have prompted some parenteral manufacturers to take another look.

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