New & Improved!

January 2011
Volume: 8 Number: 1
Articles: 10


Articles
pg. 1
Are You Ready to Manage 2011?
pg. 2
Profiling ADCs in the Emergency Department
pg. 8
Tools to Effectively Manage Controlled Substances
pg. 14
Q: What are the considerations for decontaminating a CACI?
pg. 16
Leading through Listening
pg. 18
Choosing Bar Code Readers for Evolving Pharmaceutical Packaging
pg. 20
Unit Dose Market Watch
pg. 24
Implement e-Prescribing to Increase Accuracy and Time Savings
pg. 28
Media Fill Validation for Automated Compounding Devices
pg. 30
New & Noteworthy
New & Noteworthy

Baxa announces its ExactaMix 1200 automat- ed compounding device geared toward small to midsized hospital pharmacies. The entry- level, 12-port compounder ... read more

Health Care Logistics introduces its Lock-To- Pole IV lock box, made of clear PETG for everyday durability. It protects controlled substance infusions ... read more

Pharmacy OneSource announces its new label module for Simplifi 797, a Web-based quality assurance software for USP <797> sterile com- pounding compliance. ... read more

Omnicell announces the introduction of PandoraVIA 2.0 pharmacy analytics software, which includes more efficient drug diversion detection, customizable ... read more

Cactus announces its Smart Sink solution for the disposal of raw pharmaceutical waste. The unit captures raw pharmaceutical waste and renders it unusable ... read more

Microtechnologies introduces its Temperature Guard wired or wireless temperature monitoring system. The system monitors a range of temperatures from ultra-low ... read more

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