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WHO Information Bulletin on DTwP-HepB-Hib in a compact pre-filled autodisable injection technology

Dear Colleagues : Please find attached an information bulletin which announces the recent WHO pre-qualification of DTwP-HepB-Hib vaccine available in a compact, pre-filled auto-disable injection technology (cPAD). An example of a compact pre-filled auto-disable injection technology is the Uniject™ device. This information note is particularly focused on the DTwP-HepB-Hib vaccine, but hepatitis B vaccine and tetanus toxoid are also prequalified in this injection technology. The information is...

POST 00713E : INTRODUCING TT UNIJECT

POST 00713E : INTRODUCING TT UNIJECT 3 September 2004 _____________________________________ Jessica Fleming (mailto:jfleming@path.org) from PATH informs us that the final "Introducing TT Uniject" guide for program planners is now available for download from PATH site at : <...

POST 00253 : UNIJECT UPDATE

Post00253 UNIJECT UPDATE 23 May 2000 CONTENTS 1. UNIJECT UPDATE 1. UNIJECT UPDATE Debbie Kristensen, PATH, has kindly posted an update on the UNIJECT a proprietary, auto-disable, prefilled device. It combines drug or biological, syringe, and needle packaged in a sealed foil pouch. UNIJECT technology was developed by PATH, extensively field tested, and was subsequently licensed to Becton Dickinson, a syringe manufacturer. Vaccines and pharmaceuticals will begin to appear in Unije...
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