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Schreiner MediPharm: Detachable single-wrap labels reduce errors

Designed for labeling small containers used for single-dose parenteral syringe applications such as ampoules and vials, the Pharma-Comb Single Wrap (SW) label from Schreiner MediPharm provides a reliable, simple syringe dispensing and administration process through a combination of elements that enhance instructional clarity.
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A new member of the company’s Pharma-Comb product family, Pharma-Comb SW labels meet the FDA’s April 2013 Draft Guidance for the design of pharmaceutical labels and packaging that encourage reliable and simple dispensing, assisting healthcare professionals in properly dispensing medicines.

Pharma-Comb SW labels provide sufficient space for legally required information, as well as for variable data inscription and barcode printing.  Product information is easy to read, and barcode scanning is simple.  The reverse side of the detachable section is designed so it can be applied to a syringe in a flag-like fashion that leaves graduation lines uncovered.  For greater ease of use when wearing gloves, the detachable part slightly lifts for easy peel-off upon label opening. 

The primary container is equipped with a label that includes an integrated peel-off section.  This detachable part is instantly available at the point of product preparation, and can be easily and reliably attached to an unmarked syringe.

 

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