Launch of DrugLog™ on Pharmacolog’s new hardware platform
Pharmacolog unveils DrugLog™ on a new hardware platform at the 27th annual congress of The European Association of Hospital Pharmacists (EAHP) in Lisbon, Portugal, March 22-24.
During the EAHP congress, with an audience of up to 4,000 hospital pharmacy professionals, Pharmacolog will showcase a new version of DrugLog™ designed to improve the data processing and user experience along with enhanced connectivity for communication. Both DrugLog™ and PrepLog™, used for quality control of compounded medications, will be offered on the new platform which also facilitates higher production volumes and ensures future supply of critical components.
Pharmacolog Dashboard™ which was recently introduced on the market will also be demonstrated at EAHP. Compatible with the complete range of Pharmacolog’s product portfolio, the new web-based tool provides remote access to a comprehensive overview of all performed quality control measurements and the ability to adjust routines to ensure patient safety.
Per Persson, CEO of Pharmacolog comments: “With DrugLog™ on a new hardware platform, we continue to build our reputation as a leading manufacturer of medication safety devices. We provide a unique technology that helps hospital pharmacies and healthcare professionals ensure patient safety related to infusion therapies. With enhanced data processing and connectivity, we stand prepared for continued digitalization in the healthcare environment.”
Pharmacolog provides solutions and products that enhance work efficiency and safety when preparing injectable medication. Our goal is to help prevent medication errors and ensure maximum medication efficacy when treating patients with powerful yet potentially harmful injectable drugs. Pharmacolog’s products help staff at pharmacies and hospital wards minimize the risk of errors in the compounding process. Furthermore, by verifying that drugs and narcotics used in surgery have not been tampered with, our solutions also make a vital contribution to preventing drug diversion.