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Diagnostic Kits

Packaging for diagnostic kits delivers protection and consumer convenience

Today, clinicians are seeing an increase in the number of patients with diseases such as diabetes that require constant monitoring. There’s also a movement toward more home-based healthcare. As a result, diagnostic kit sales have seen a large growth trajectory. As these kits evolve for home use, companies depend on packaging that protects sensitive diagnostic components and enables easier use for patients at home.

Highlights

  • UV additives that deliver protection for your light sensitive products
  • Liquid or masterbatch colorants to provide shelf appeal and product protection 
  • O2 Scavengers that actively scavenging oxygen from sealed packages, increasing shelf life for O2 sensitive products

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Avient Distribution - Labware & Diagnostics Selection Guide Product Selection Guide Avient Distribution solutions for medical equipment View
Colorants & Additives for Healthcare - Application Bulletin Application Bulletin Essential polymer solutions for critical healthcare applications View
Liquid Medicine Dosing Adapters - Case Study Case Study Liquid dosing adapters from Andwin Scientific created with Dynaflex™ and Synprene™ View
Material Selection for Four Healthcare Environments - White Paper White Paper Find out which materials make sense for your products, no matter where they’re used View
OnCap™ HC Additives for Healthcare - Product Bulletin Product Bulletin Learn about additives are specially formulated to meet material performance requirements in today’s healthcare environments View
OnColor™ HC Plus - Product Bulletin Product Bulletin Polymer colorants formulated specifically for healthcare product applications View
WithStand™ Antimicrobial Solutions - Product Bulletin Product Bulletin Technology description, key characteristics, markets and applications View
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