Electronic Kits

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Joel W Daniel
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Electronic Kits

We are in the process of transitioning several of our physical kits for immediate use outside of pharmacy (vial, appropriate IV fluid bag, adapter such as vial-2-bag or vial-mate, and label heat sealed within a bag) to electronic kits (several of you do this already). We will keep physical kits within our ADCs for several immediate use compounding needs, such as items that are continuous infusion (such as pressors).

My question for the group:
If you utilize electronic kits, how do you account for the adapters for items that are not Mini-Bag-Plus? Do you have this as another line in your multiline items? I don't think they have a barcode on each but might be wrong on that.

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