Study in Lille completed

The study conducted at the University Hospital in Lille with DrugLog in order to control drug preparations carried out in the operating room has now been completed. A total of 22 different drugs were checked and the result indicated an error rate in the drug preparations of 6.9%.

The study, conducted during the summer, was part of a doctoral thesis and the results were presented in connection with the dissertation at the Pharmacy Department earlier this fall. Of the 232 analyzes analyzed, it was found that 6.9% had a concentration beyond the tolerance level. According to the study, the cost of an error medication is about 4,000 €, which means that DrugLog control in these cases potentially resulted in a saving of the equivalent of 64,000 €. In addition, using DrugLog significantly reduce the risk for unnecessary patient suffering.

Mats Högberg comments: “The study is well conducted and the results very interesting. It clearly shows how DrugLog can help to save money, but more importantly, reduce the risk of unnecessary suffering for severely ill patients. We now have a dialogue with the hospital about continued cooperation and the possibility of entering into an agreement regarding clinical use of the system.”

Pharmacolog signs agreement with B. Braun S.A.

Pharmacolog has entered into an agreement with B. Braun Medical S.A Spain concerning exclusive distribution of DrugLog® on the Spanish market. The agreement also considers the future integration of DrugLog® with one of the company’s software Oncology technologies.

Braun Medical S.A. Spain is a company within the B. Braun Group engaged, among other activities, in the product development in the field of Injectable Drug Delivery. The area includes developing new solutions for managing the entire process of chemotherapy with cytotoxic drugs, from prescription to patient infusion. The agreement signed between Pharmacolog and B. Braun Medical Spain means that B. Braun acts as an exclusive distrib...

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Continued negotiations with international MedTech Group

In a press release published September 6 2017, the Company announced that it had signed a letter of intent with a major MedTech Group about entering into a long-term cooperation. The goal was to have an agreement signed before the end of 2017, but the schedule has shifted slightly.

The letter of intent meant that the parties were working to establish a formal partnership agreement on the integration of DrugLog® technology into a newly developed system for effective handling of chemotherapy drugs at hospital pharmacies and healthcare wards. Work on establishing a formal agreement is in progress but the schedule has shifted slightly, and the goal is to have the agreement clear during the first quar...

Extended collaboration with Uppsala University regarding dosage of antibiotics

Pharmacolog AB enters a new research and development cooperation with researchers from Uppsala University regarding methods for determining antibiotic concentration in the blood. The agreement is a direct continuation of the agreement signed in spring 2017, which runs until the end of the year.

The project carried out to date has been very successful and has shown that Pharmacolog’s technology can detect very small concentrations of antibiotics in blood. The parties have therefore decided to continue the cooperation with purpose to develop a clinical prototype for patient-related control of antibiotic levels in blood by 2018.

Hans Dahlin, Research Director and Founder, comments: R...