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Drug reconstitution system

The FILLCHOICE® bag, created by Haemopharm's research and development, guarantees reconstitution also in association of antiblastic drugs in absolute safety and simplicity, thanks to its patented closed circuit system. The bag can contain a basic infusional solution (solvent) with the volume and formulation requested for the reconstitutionof the specific drug in vial.brhrbrAn innovative “mini-bag” system for the infusion of water-soluble drugs (antibiotics, antitumorals, etc.). The system consists in a “mini-bag” (ml. 50-250) containing sterile apyrogenous water for injections or physiologic solution and having two tubes, to be connected respectively to the vial and to the infusion set.

SAFETY - Connection and use in aseptic conditions “closed circuit”; - Clear labeling and drug evidence: the vial remains in site all the time avoiding possible errors in drug administration; - Total use of the drug: thanks to the peculiar design of the spike all the active principle contained as powder in the vial is solubilized and transferred into the bag; - Elimination of the particles produced by the multiple perforation of the rubber caps; - No needles or chemical agents are needed to connect the components.

PRACTICALITY - Compared to other systems it requires less time for mixing and transfer; - It allows the use of all volumes of vials, even 100/250/500 ml.; - Visible drug reconstitution.

COST CONTROL - The drug preparation phase is simplified by eliminating the need for other supplies such as diluent ampoule, swab, needle and syringe; - Saving of time for medical and paramedical staff; - Least use of components and of connectors, no needles.