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Archive for the ‘Pouches’ Category

Cardinal Health Bag Offers Easy, Consistent Opening

Friday, February 24th, 2012

FDA guidance and developing standards from ISO and AAMI/ANSI have shifted more attention to device and package designs that consider the needs of end-users and reduce the likelihood of human error. At Cardinal Health, the usability of product and packaging is formally considered as human factors in design are captured and ...

Study Evaluates Impact of Pouch Size on Contamination

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

A first concern of nurses is avoiding contaminating the inside of sterile packaging when devices are flipped to a sterile field or handed off to the scrub nurse. At the Healthcare Packaging Immersion Experience organized by Michigan State University and Oliver-Tolas Healthcare Packaging, Tony Trier, a masters degree candidate at the ...

Live the Life of an IV Start Kit

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

This October 5-6, Michigan State University (MSU) and Oliver-Tolas Healthcare Packaging will once again host the Healthcare Packaging Immersion Experience (HcPIE), a unique program that simulates healthcare practitioners' experiences as they interact with packaging. In this year's program, attendees will be able to witness package use during simulated ambulance ...

Package Design Firm Offers Money-Back Guarantee

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

One World DMG (Warren, N.J.) is encouraging pharmaceutical companies to choose the company to design and manufacture a custom compliance package and promises to deliver an increase of at least 6% in sales or the design company will refund all design fees, tooling costs, and testing expenses. The confident packaging ...

Packaging Can Make a Difference

Monday, February 14th, 2011

I was excited to see packaging being employed in a pilot program involving transitional care. We reported in our daily newsletter that Cleveland Clinic will be using Arcadia's DailyMed program to see whether it can reduce readmissions and improve the health status of discharged patients. According to the report, DailyMed ...