Automated Compounding Devices


State of Pharmacy Automation 2019 - Vol. 16 No. 8

Automated compounding devices are most commonly utilized in larger teaching facilities—both academic medical centers and community teaching hospitals. While few facilities with less than 400 beds are looking to adopt automated compounding devices in the near future, purchasing activity among large academic medical centers and community teaching hospitals is projected to be strong. In fact, 42% of large facilities are considering purchasing this technology, which receives a 98% satisfaction rating from its users.

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Almost 3 out of every 10 facilities take advantage of automated compounding devices to improve efficiency and safety in the cleanroom.


Facility size continues to have a strong impact on automated compounding device purchases. Most implementations are concentrated in larger teaching facilities.


Baxter continues to lead this marketplace, followed by B. Braun, Grifols, and ICU Medical.


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