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Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) in Parenteral Applications

Download this whitepaper for a detailed analysis of EVA’s use in medical applications for parenteral delivery of therapeutics. Parenteral fluid administration is the delivery of a fluid not given through the digestive system, but rather injected into veins or muscle. Today, 80% of hospital patients receive some form of parenteral administration fluids. EVA continues to play a part in extraordinary advances in medical technology, and has helped to make parenteral fluid administration a very safe and standard practice.

Download the document to review detailed outlines of the following case studies:

  • Case Study 1: EVA effectiveness as an alternative to PVC for blood bag applications.
  • Case Study 2: EVA use in parenteral delivery of compounded fluids.
  • Case Study 3: EVA use in parenteral delivery of biologics.