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Published: February 12, 2013
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Multisorb to Exhibit Products for Pharmaceutical Stability at Pharmapack Europe

Multisorb Technologies will present its Calculations through Operations program and sorbent products (e.g., desiccants, oxygen absorbers and volatile absorbers) for pharmaceutical stability at Pharmapack Europe, taking place 13 to 14 February 2013, in Paris.

Multisorb’s Calculations through Operations program provides system for predicting and supporting pharmaceutical stability by using optimised sorbents and providing sorbent dispensing.

Optimised sorbent formulations are calculated using Multisorb’s SimulSorb and SimulOx pseudoempirical modeling programs. Using empirically derived data from the drug and its packaging, the programs predict the stability outcome for a given pharmaceutical formulation and dosage form. According to the company, the model can eliminate the need for sorbent ranging studies, saving six to 12 months of development time.

The modeling can help determine if a sorbent is required, and if a traditional sorbent or an IntelliSorb Sorbent Formulation is needed. Multisorb's IntelliSorb line are sorbent formulations that are customisable and offer multifunctional or steady-state control of moisture, oxygen and/or volatile control within product packaging by monitoring and reacting to environmental changes within the packaging headspace.

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