Tag Archives: Medication Administration

Inhaled Corticosteroid Adherence and Emergency Department Utilization Among Medicaid-enrolled Children with Asthma [article]

J Asthma. 2013 Jun 5. [Epub ahead of print], Rust G, Zhang S, Reynolds J. Abstract Objectives: Asthma is the most prevalent chronic disease among children enrolled in Medicaid. This study measured real-world adherence and outcomes after an initial prescription … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

NFC medication tracking system

Well, well, well, here’s one page in my idea book that I can put a big read “X” through [December 6 2011 – Page #42]. And for all those people that told me it was a stupid idea – you … Continue reading

Posted in RFID | Tagged , , | 3 Comments

Cool Pharmacy Tech – T-Haler

The T-Haler is a training device developed by Cambridge Consultants to help asthma patients learn how to use their inhalers. Why is this such a cool piece of technology? Because patients invariably do a crapy job using their inhalers. I … Continue reading

Posted in Cool Technology | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Contact lenses loaded with anesthetic medication

When I think of technological advances these are the things that come to mind. medGadget “…researchers at University of Florida are reporting that they developed a way to load topical anesthetics into contact lenses to provide extended delivery of pain … Continue reading

Posted in Technology | Tagged , | Leave a comment