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Friday 24 May 2019
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Hospital Pharmacy Europe survey on RTU and RTA injections

RTU is defined as an injection containing the active drug in solution at the required concentration and volume in a vial. The injection is transferred to a final container (syringe, infusion bag or elastomeric device) for administration to the patient. 
RTA is defined as an injection containing the active drug in solution at the required concentration and volume, presented in the final container (syringe, infusion bag or elastomeric device), and is ready to be administered to the patient. We would greatly appreciate your completing and returning this questionnaire. All entries will be entered for a prize draw for an iPad2. 
Click here to complete the survey.


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