bar code-enabled point of care technology

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bar code-enabled point of care technology

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BPOC

A form of keyless data entry that facilitates automatic identification and collection of data and allows real-time confirmation of patient identity, medication taken, and dosage, time, and route of administration of the medication.
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[16-18] None of the surveyed students could correctly answer the question about "the three components of BPOC" as OUT, AFT, and ART which is in line with Karim A and Omoigberai BB.
The experimental results from the BPOC and EPOC are presented in figure 2 a, b and figure 3 a, b.
Simpson Thacher Bartlett LLP served as legal adviser to KKR and Paul Hastings LLP served as legal adviser to BPOC. Epstein Becker Green, P.C.
The BPOC results as in figure 3 a, b, show that the matching process is successful as the API value (figure 3 a) is greater than the CPI value (figure 3b).
BPOC, set up in 1996, manages some USD1bn of committed capital and invests mainly in middle-market healthcare companies.
Effective immediately, BPOC acquired Zenith American Solutions Inc from Water Street Healthcare Partners, a strategic investor focused exclusively on the healthcare.
US medical products and equipment distributor PSS World Medical Inc (NASDAQ:PSSI) said it had sealed a definitive deal to divest its specialty dental business to Chicago-based private equity firm Beecken Petty O'Keefe & Company LLC (BPOC) for USD68m (EUR52.9m).
The producer is the Buchanan Park Opera Club (BPOC), whose members fund-raise in many creative ways.
The hospital has had bar code point-of-care (BPOC) installed since March 2004, but wanted to further close the loop on medication administration.
The Veteran Health Administration, part of the Department of Veteran Affairs, built its own nationwide pharmacy system based on computer and bar code technology, and Hospitals in the California-based Sutter Health network are currently utilizing the Bridge Medical MedPoint[TM] bar code-enabled point-of-care (BPOC) software system to increase patient safety in the administration of drugs.