Operationalizing Data Science Models in Healthcare

CitiusTech

As healthcare organizations are becoming more adept at developing models, the ability and required skills to manage, validate, and deploy those models efficiently remain a challenging task. This webinar will present an overview and history of this process, along with tools and techniques that can help your organization to more effectively operationalize models.
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Spotlight

Much of the excitement around gene editing is fueled by its potential to treat or prevent human diseases. There are thousands of genetic disorders that can be passed on from one generation to the next; many are serious and debilitating. Genes are the biological templates the body uses to make the structural proteins and enzymes needed to build and maintain tissues and organs. They are made up of strands of genetic code, denoted by the letters G, C, T and A. Humans have about 20,000 genes bundled into 23 pairs of chromosomes all coiled up in the nucleus of nearly every cell in the body.


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Designing the Ideal Multiparticulate Formulation for Pharmaceutical Use

Capsugel

Designing the Ideal Multiparticulate Formulation for Pharmaceutical Use Presented by: Dr. Brett Caldwell, Capsugel Multiparticulates offer a high degree of capability for attaining oral pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamic, or target product profile goals. Common product characteristics such as fixed-dose combinations, taste-masked, and/or pediatric formulations are readily attainable with scalable processes. In this webinar, key considerations in designing multiparticulate formulations and processing are discussed with representative case studies.
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Digital Design of Drug Product

Process Systems Enterprise (PSE)

Traditionally, formulation and process development within the pharmaceutical industry is driven by extensive trial-and-error experimentation. The Digital Design of Drug Product (D3P) project integrates qualitative and quantitative tools to facilitate an approach to formulation and process design based on the development of fundamental process and product understanding. A global system analysis approach has been used to realise an in-silico ‘design space explorer.’ This tool is applied to a roller compaction tablet manufacturing process to understand the impact of raw material and process changes on product quality. The approach can be used to inform risk assessment and to design a robust control strategy for the product.
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NETZSCH Webinar "Pharmaceutical Processing at its Finest"

NETZSCH Premier Technologies

Pharmaceutical manufacturing is moving into the Nanometer particle size range to enhance API solubility and improve performance. NETZSCH's new DeltaVita® fine media mill is designed specifically for the particular needs of pharmaceutical processing in batch sizes from 15 ml to 4000 liters. Pilot scale and production mills are CIP / SIP capable.
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Initial Evaluation and Treatment for a Burn Patient

Lorman Education Services

Learn more on burn injury, prevention and the immediate care needed for patients with burn injuries. In the United States, approximately 486,000 people seek medical treatment for burns each year. Many people may not recognize their risk of burn injury. This material will review burn injuries, including types of burns and immediate care for burns and explore the effect of burn injuries on the pulmonary, cardiac, and renal systems. It will cover the classification system used for burn injuries describe the local and systemic effects of a major burn injury, discuss the potential fluid and electrolyte alterations of the emergent/resuscitative and acute phases of burn management, describe care of the patient with burn injuries, and identify the appropriate patient referral to a burn center.
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Spotlight

Much of the excitement around gene editing is fueled by its potential to treat or prevent human diseases. There are thousands of genetic disorders that can be passed on from one generation to the next; many are serious and debilitating. Genes are the biological templates the body uses to make the structural proteins and enzymes needed to build and maintain tissues and organs. They are made up of strands of genetic code, denoted by the letters G, C, T and A. Humans have about 20,000 genes bundled into 23 pairs of chromosomes all coiled up in the nucleus of nearly every cell in the body.

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