Examine ampoules filled with liquid drug products.
What does an Ampoule Examiner do?
Examines ampoules filled with liquid drug products for discoloration, flaws in glass, presence of foreign particles, and specified filling level: Holds ampoule against light source and examines it, using magnifying glass or naked eye. Rejects defective ampoules. May hold ampoules alternately against black and white background to facilitate examination. May count and record number of inspected units and place in containers. May seal end of ampoule, using bunsen burner and tweezers [AMPOULE SEALER].