To enhance safety of injection for both healthcare professionals and patients, Schreiner MediPharm developed its Needle-Trap needle protection system more than ten years ago. Since then, Needle Trap has become successfully established in the marketplace. Extensive tests determine the compatibility
While digitalization continues to make headway in hospitals, product solutions with integrated RFID technology are required to accelerate the digital transformation process. Schreiner MediPharm supports this trend with a product evolution: The pharmaceutical label specialist has equipped Cap-Lock—its tamper-evident specialty
Lack of knowledge, fear of side effects or forgetfulness: 50 percent of patients involved in clinical trials do not adhere to the prescribed dosage regimen. At the same time, pharmaceutical companies depend on strict compliance with therapy regimes. Otherwise trials
RFID technology has been gaining traction in the healthcare sector, but standardized tools for tracking medications, devices and consumables are lacking. DoseID, a US consortium and the first industry association dedicated to standardizing the use of RFID tags in healthcare,
Clinical research frequently involves drug delivery by intravenous infusions, be it for the development of blood plasma therapies, such as those currently used to treat Covid patients, or new cancer drugs. Conducting clinical trials on an international scale requires marking
“Made in Germany” is a label that stands for quality worldwide. In China, German products are associated with safety, reliability and functionality, among other things. Chinese customers, however, can only be convinced to buy if their expectations are quickly met
In the fall of 2020, pharmaceutical corporations around the world were engaged in more than 180 research projects for a vaccine against the corona virus. However, it normally takes several years for a vaccine to reach market readiness. In the
In many daily healthcare situations, every second counts. The fewer the moves staff have to make in an emergency the better for the patient. Consequently, prefilled syringes are the best choice for performing injections when time is of the essence.
The annual German Sustainability Award has been presented since 2008. However, the term “sustainability” itself is more than 300 years old. It has its origins in forestry, where it appeared in Hans Carl von Carlowitz’ treatise “Sylvicultura Oeconomica” in 1713.
Diabetes is one of the fastest growing common illnesses of the 21st century. Many diabetes patients require lifelong treatment with insulin, which they have to administer themselves using insulin pumps, syringes or pens. For insulin and other multi-dose therapies, Ypsomed