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Sunday 19 November 2017
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New MPB™ Multi-Purpose Blister announced

With over 45 years’ experience in the field, Medi-Dose has been recognised as the leader in solid oral unit dose packaging.

 

With the company’s new versatile Multi-Purpose Blisters, you can easily package, label and secure even more sizes and types of meds.  Large medication, compounded and USP <800> drugs, double and triple “0” capsules, unit of use packaging, repacked meds and suppositories are just a few of the medication forms that can be accommodated with the new MPB. 

 

All Multi-Purpose Blisters are tamper-evident, moisture resistant and ultraviolet inhibitant.  Each blister has a 2” x 2” label and is available in either 1-1/4” or 5/8” depths to suit your packaging and storage requirements.  Flexible label formatting of the MPB labels is compatible with the company’s MILT software. 

 

We’re always working to improve the medication packaging experience for pharmacists”, says Robert Braverman, President of Medi-Dose. “Now, all the features and benefits of the Medi-Dose packaging system have been extended to these hard-to-package dosage forms. The MPB product line demonstrates our commitment to helping you maximise the efficiency of your practice while consistently maintaining the safety of your patients and personnel.”

 

For more information on the MPB and Medi-Dose, please contact www.medidose.com.

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