Cartridges

With decades of experience in the areas of diabetes and dental, SCHOTT cartridges have proven their suitability for biologic and non-biologic drugs. Today, our cartridges cater for a wide range of needs, offering patients increased freedom with drug delivery devices such as pen and auto-injectors or wearables.
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Hormone deficiency

SCHOTT cartridges provide accurate drug dosage for high levels of patient safety and protection for sensitive biologic drugs such as Insulin, GLP-1, Growth Hormone (Somatropin) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) . As lyophilization can affect the effectiveness and shelf life of some hormones, SCHOTT Double Chamber cartridges offer an accurate drug dosage drug reconstitution process for self-administration.

Male dentist about to inject a female patient using a syringe

Dental anesthesia

Local anesthetics, such as lidocaine, mepivacaine, articaine, and the combination of lidocaine and epinephrine are effectively stored and applied with SCHOTT Dental cartridges, helping dentists administer drugs quickly and simply, while cutting down on patient stress.

Male doctor injects a female patient with medication

Emergency drugs

Anaphylactic reactions caused by food allergies or poisoning are emergency situations where medication needs to be administrated as quickly as possible. Used with auto injectors, SCHOTT Break Resistant cartridges offer three times the mechanical strength of standard glass cartridges and protect sensitive biologics drugs such as epinephrine or atropine over time without compromising their Extractables and Leachables (E&L) profile.

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Charlotte Leconte-Ostrowski
Charlotte Leconte-Ostrowski

Global Product Manager, Ampoules & Cartridges