The new SynMed Ultra pharmacy automation system helps pharmacies accurately prepare patients’ medication by filling over 100 multi-dose blister packs per hour with hundreds of different tablet types. The technology significantly improves precision, as well as patient safety, says the company.

Michel Guerra, vice president, sales and business development Europe at Synergy Medical said the product has been trialled and validated in a Canadian central fill pharmacy that serves over 400 branches and several thousand patients per week.

“Its precision, speed and flexibility make the SynMed Ultra ideal for hub and spoke pharmacies or larger pharmacies that don’t have a lot of space but want to increase capacity without compromising on quality or employing new staff,” he said.



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