Application

medication workflow

Medication Workflow Compatible Biosafety Cabinets and Laminar Airflow Workstations

IV workflow systems that utilize barcoding and gravimetric technology enable real time error detection during Medication compounding. These systems standardize the workflow, increasing safety, while enabling inventory optimization, efficiency, and compliance.

Just as IV Workflow Systems have improved the safety and efficiency of compounding, NuAire has developed pharmacy equipment configured to maximize safety and protection along with improving workflow efficiency and ergonomics.

Compounding Pharmacy Medication Workflow

Application

medication workflow

IV workflow systems that utilize barcoding and gravimetric technology enable real time error detection during Medication compounding. These systems standardize the workflow, increasing safety, while enabling inventory optimization, efficiency, and compliance.

Just as IV Workflow Systems have improved the safety and efficiency of compounding, NuAire has developed pharmacy equipment configured to maximize safety and protection along with improving workflow efficiency and ergonomics.

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