Sep. 10, 2021
Vaccine diluent refers to the reagent used to dilute the vaccine. Depending on the type of vaccine, there are different types of diluents, but plastic vaccine bottles are used in the packaging. Its requirements for packaging are mainly reflected in the following aspects:
1. Sealability: The vaccine diluent is mainly used to dilute the vaccine, which is related to the immune effect of the vaccine. Therefore, the plastic vaccine bottle must ensure good airtightness, so as to ensure that the diluent is in a good storage environment and improve the immune effect.
2. Barrier property: The barrier property of the bottle refers to its ability to block the invasion of external microorganisms. The packaging material of the diluent is generally polyethylene or polypropylene, which are non-toxic and tasteless, and have good barrier properties. Can isolate the pollution of the external environment.
3. Compatibility: The diluent is generally acid or salt, and the packaging material needs to be compatible with this type of solution to ensure that the contents will not deteriorate due to the reaction between the solution and the material during storage.
Commonly used diluents in animal vaccines include physiological saline, phosphate buffer, aluminum glue saline, and special diluents specially formulated according to the characteristics of the vaccine itself. Although the types are different, the requirements for injection vials are uniform. Yes, proper packaging can ensure that the solution is in a good storage condition and improve the immune effect of the vaccine.