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Monday 23 October 2017
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Enhancing medication awareness

To complement their popular English Pharmacy Warning and Instruction Labels, Medi-Dose/EPS has expanded its wide line to include a complementary line of Spanish Auxiliary Labels. 

 

Medi-Dose/EPS Auxiliary Labels measure 3/8” x 1 ½” and are brightly coloured so they call attention to themselves.  All of them contain easily identifiable graphics depicting what’s being described. 

 

In addition, when used with the company’s Mini-LiquiDose Labels, pharmacists and nurses can design their own auxiliary labels for their particular needs.  Bar Codes, Graphics, Special Fonts, Tall Man Lettering, Shapes and Logos can all be included on the labels. 

 

Hospitals are like families…no two are alike.  Each has unique requirements and the practitioners in the hospitals know best how to serve their patients’ needs” said Bob Braverman, President of Medi-Dose/EPS. “Our new line of ‘off-the-shelf’ Spanish Auxiliary Warning labels, as well as the enhanced images and capabilities of MILT software, help facilities call attention to specific medication information they believe vital in promoting safety, increasing awareness and reducing error.” 

 

For more information on Auxiliary Labels, contact Robert Braverman or visit www.medidose.com

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