“This is a pretty bad report,” said Del. Kirk Cox, R-Colonial Heights.
PRINCETON, N.J., Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Sandoz Inc announced today that its first two injectable medicines with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags will be available this month to US hospitals through its collaboration with Kit Check, Inc., a leader in automated medication management solutions for hospitals.
The first two medicines include Anectine 200 mg/10mL and Rocuronium 50mg/5mL and 10mg/5mL (paralytics to relax muscles during surgery or other medical procedures). Several more Sandoz medicines are expected to be made available to Kit Check’s hospital partners through early 2021.
“Maintaining inventory of critical medicines is vital for hospitals to effectively treat patients, especially during COVID-19. Several products included in our collaboration with Kit Check are important hospital medicines that physicians rely on for immediate treatment of critically ill patients,” said Carol Lynch, President of Sandoz, Inc. “This aligns with our strategy to supplement our ongoing work through disruptive channels to ensure