3D Pharma Printing Conference, 30 March

As a new technology for the pharmaceutical industry, we foresee that 3D Printing will follow its growth path according to the following logical steps. Starting in the research laboratories (universities) with first applications in university hospitals. With that knowledge gained the next step will be the top clinical hospitals. By that time the experience both in production and compounding will reach such a level that the general hospitals and community pharmacies can start using it on a larger scale. Dependent on their level of innovation, compounding companies will join the 3D Pharma Printing bandwagon somewhere during this process.

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Printing of Medicines – What do Hospital Pharmacists expect from Hard- and Software Vendors

Printing of individualized medicines is very interesting option for hospital pharmacists. Up to now those individualized medicines are often produced in the patient group of children. Dosages have to be adapted, alternative dosage forms have to be developed as many of those patients are not able to swallow tablets or capsules. Printing those medicines on orodispersable films with some kind of inkjet printer could be very helpful.

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