Cope Allman Jaycare Ltd. has announced the launch of SIMPLEDOSE - a range of products specifically designed to reduce costs and simplify methadone administration within supervised methadone programmes.
Injecting opiate drugs is now common in the United Kingdom and the administration of oral methadone by community pharmacies has enabled many opiate dependent drug injectors to reduce or cease injecting, with consequent improvements in health and social stability.
SIMPLEDOSE provides the Pharmacist with a standardised range of container/closure combinations that will help simplify the operation of filling, labeling and administration of the appropriate daily dose. The containers are convenient to drink form and can also be utilised for rinsing out (to ensure that the complete dose is consumed).
The SIMPLEDOSE range consists of 4 sizes of containers (30ml, 60ml, 90ml and 120ml) and supplied in multipacks (complete with closure).
The containers are graduated for volume measure and visual verification. They are CE marked in accordance with the Medical Device Directive (Class 1) and can stack (with and without closure) to maximise shelf space.
The closures are common throughout the range and simply snap fit on/push off the container. They are also colour coded for product recognition.
Cope Allman Jaycare has developed a process that allows a lay down of up to a 0.5mm thickness of UV cured ink directly onto the surface of a plastic container. In-house screen printing facilities were adapted to maintain an even and consistent print height. Although originally developed for printing Braille onto containers, the process also can be used in traditional screen printing, allowing clients the opportunity to highlight particular parts of their artwork (i.e. logos, etc.) by raising the print from the surface of the container.
Cope Allman Jaycare (CAJ) has recently developed a Child Resistant Dispensing Pack for a new anesthetic spray that is to be launched by a major US pharmaceutical firm. The packaging company has a history of designing Child Resistant Closure Systems and was approached specifically for the project, as no such product was commercially available.
- Elias Bittan
- Created 05 Oct 2010
- Modified 20 Aug 2015
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