February 2017
Volume: 14 Number: 2
Articles: 7


Articles
pg. 10
Evaluating 503B Outsourcing Providers
pg. 2
Maximizing the Value of Automated Dispensing Cabinets
pg. 22
New & Noteworthy
pg. 16
Product Spotlight: RxWorks Pro from ARxIUM
pg. 18
Refining PPE Usage for HD Compounding: Part I
pg. 1
The Latest News on Compounding from the FDA
pg. 8
Unit Dose Market Watch
New & Noteworthy

CriticalPoint announces the Qualified Person Certification Program for 503A and 503B Personnel. Successful completion of the QP503A Certification program ... read more

A free update 4013 for MILT 4, Medi-Dose’s unit-dose labeling software, is now available and includes the following features to reduce the risk ... read more

Acute Care Pharmaceuticals introduces Pharma-Surface Guard, a two-step process designed to clean spills without causing oxidation on stainless steel ... read more

B. Braun and Omnicell announce a collaboration to increase system interoperability between B. Braun’s DoseTrac Infusion Management Software and ... read more

Snap Medical Industries develops Epinephrine Snap, an emergency convenience kit for the treatment of life-threatening medical emergencies requiring ... read more

QS/1 is partnering with Appriss Health to integrate NARxCHECK—an analytics solution designed to combat prescription drug abuse by offering pharmacies ... read more

The Lascar EL-BT-2 Bluetooth Temperature and Humidity datalogger measures and stores up to 500,000 temperature and humidity readings. The LCD screen ... read more

ICU Medical, Inc. launches the all-new Diana compounding workflow system, which combines automated compounding and IV workflow technologies with wireless ... read more

CAPS’ new quality assurance program requires 100% release testing of all of its compounded drugs and other products. The Test, Hold, and Release ... read more

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