blister pack


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blister pack

n.
A transparent, molded piece of plastic, often sealed to a sheet of cardboard, used to package and display an item of merchandise. Also called bubble pack.
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blister pack

n
(Commerce) a type of packet in which small items are displayed and sold, consisting of a transparent dome of plastic or similar material mounted on a firm backing such as cardboard. Also called: bubble pack
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blis′ter pack`


n.
a package with a clear plastic overlay affixed to a cardboard backing for protecting and displaying a product.
[1950–55]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blister pack - packaging in which a product is sealed between a cardboard backing and clear plastic coverblister pack - packaging in which a product is sealed between a cardboard backing and clear plastic cover
packaging - material used to make packages
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Translations
Blister

blister pack

n(Klar)sichtpackung f
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

blister pack

n (Comm) → blister m inv
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

blister pack

n envase m blister, blister m (fam)
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Contact lens wearers are encouraged to collect their used daily disposable contact lenses, top foil and blister packs in a small cardboard box.
The Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA) has issued a recall notice for all 5mg tablets in 50-tablet blister packs of Valium manufactured by Roche (VTX: ROG) after the company notified the TGA that it had found evidence of tampering, the Australian Government's department reported on Wednesday.
Essentially, the taxpayer purchased pills from third parties in bulk and repackaged the pills into blister packs that it manufactured from plastic polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and lidding material.
CHICAGO -- Organizing the pills that elderly patients need to take into customized blister packs, and combining this with periodic medication teaching sessions, boosted dosing adherence to almost 100% and enhanced the efficacy of the drug regimens in a controlled study with about 200 patients.
Like an air hockey table, the first Aylward Feed System used air to gently guide the pills into position in the blister packs. The machine was easy to use and efficient, and many of the largest pharmaceutical producers in the world were customers.
In the three poisonings reported here, all victims ingested SUDAFED(R) 12-Hour capsules, which are packaged with four tamper-resistant features: 1) a two-part plastic capsule that is sealed with a band; 2) encasement of the capsules in a blister pack consisting of a clear plastic film with a foil backing, which must be broken to use the capsule; 3) enclosure of the blister pack in a box sealed with a safety tab, which must be broken to open the box; and 4) identification of both the box and blister pack with code numbers, which should be the same.
Caption: Three hologram products from Nano 4 U for the SaveMed project: a hologram directly embossed in to a blister pack; moulded hologram parts and a covert hologram element revealed with a laser diode.
Some manufacturers find that this quality makes the blister pack an ideal solution for their product.
A demonstrable example of the technique in practice is "blooming." Oxygen attack, caused by blister pack failure, often results in "blooms" occurring at the drug surface.
Memory Pac, a medicine organizer that uses cold-seal blister pack technology, is touted as an easy-to-assemble dosage system that allows consumers to see and more safely manage medications at home for pennies a day.