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dispense

 [dis-pens´]
to count, label, and disburse multiple doses of medications to a patient.

dis·pense

(dis-pens'),
To give out medicine and other necessities to the sick; to fill a medical prescription.

dispense

(dĭ-spĕns′)
v. dis·pensed, dis·pensing, dis·penses
v.tr.
a. To give or deal out, especially in parts or portions: a machine that dispenses candy; a neighbor who freely dispenses advice.
b. To prepare and give out (medicines).

dispense

verb
Pharmacology
To prepare and supply a therapeutic agent or medication.
 
Transfusion
To transfer a unit of blood products to a specific patient.

dis·pense

(dis-pens')
To prepare and give out medicine and other necessities to the sick; to fill a medical prescription.
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Common methods for precision dispense of liquids include positive and air displacement methods.
A proprietary dispense control system which accounts for variances in fluid dynamics through the dispense cycle is at the heart of the system and its accuracy, according to Frederick.
Units come complete with supply containers, controls, meters, dispense valve, housing and all interconnecting piping.
It operates on a 10.8-volt rechargeable lithium ion battery and can dispense up to 60 cartridges before the charge is exhausted.
System dispenses adjustable quantities of substance for virtually any application including oils for lubrication, liquid for food additives, inks, adhesives and chemicals.
The controller s unique microprocessor circuitry provides exact time control of the dispense cycle with an improved user interface.
Six valve models (260, 460 and 960) dispense or store up to six different ingredients.
And instead of central blending, individual dispensing systems can automatically blend and dispense mold charges on demand at the press.
Accurately repeats shots of 1 cc and up at speeds from less than 1 lb/min to 100 lb/ min and dispenses viscosities from water-thin to heavily filled pastes.
Its new Gravimold system automatically and precisely dispenses up to four material components into a mold.
REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGHER speed and precision in applying very small volumes of material in precise locations have been met with the development of better pump technologies and dispense methodologies for a much more controlled and automated process with tighter tolerance levels and higher throughput.