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The use of a universal design methodology for developing child-resistant drug packaging

People with disabilities and older adults are significant consumers of prescription drugs. However, most testing protocols for child resistant (CR) packaging do not take these individuals into account. One example is the United States Consumer Products Safety Commission’s (CPSC’s) protocol that excludes people with any obvious disability from the “senior-friendly” test. Instead of forcing manufacturers […]

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Usability of tabs in semi-rigid packaging

The ability to easily peel the lid of a container is a critical issue for semi-rigid packages used to protect and deliver a myriad of products including medical devices, foods, and beverages. An in-depth search of the scientific literature revealed very little information and several gaps about the fundamentals of peelable semi-rigid packaging opening. Therefore […]