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Laboratory ampoules are sealed containers made from glass, or occasionally plastic and are used to preserve drugs or samples, isolating them from the air, which could otherwise react with the contents and impair the performance of drug products. They are hermetically sealed by melting the thin top with an open flame and usually opened by snapping off the neck. If more

Laboratory ampoules are sealed containers made from glass, or occasionally plastic and are used to preserve drugs or samples, isolating them from the air, which could otherwise react with the contents and impair the performance of drug products. They are hermetically sealed by melting the thin top with an open flame and usually opened by snapping off the neck. If properly done, this last operation creates a clean break without any extra glass shards or slivers, thought h liquid or solution may be filtered for greater assurance. Glass particle contamination is an ongoing concern, with patients who receive medication parenterally, such as intravenously under hospital care, as greater risk of receiving glass particulates when medication is aspirated.

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