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RFID for Medical systems

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RFID for Medical systems
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Medical systems use RFID to optimize costs, availability and traceability for all kind of medical items delivered to and used in hospitals, like orthopedic implants, blood bags, instruments and other goods. In most of the situations these goods are made of metal, contain liquids or stack closely which poses many challenges for commonly used RFID technologies.

The PJM StackTag® technology, however is very robust and works reliably in these situations, especially in combination with Magellan's powerful stand alone tunnel readers which identify, read and write to thousands of tagged items in all orientations even when they are tightly stacked.

Magellan and its partners already have implemented a full out-of-the-box standard solution for the tagging of orthopedic implants which tracks all incoming and outgoing shipments of orthopedic implants between medical distribution centers and hospitals, reducing manual labor, stock levels and improving quality.

Products for Medical:

  • Fully shielded tunnel reader (MSTRP-5050) to process boxes containing medical items reliably in all orientations even when they stack closely together
  • Flexible MARS reader family with a wide range of antennas for identifying items throughout the supply chain, on shelves and in cabinets
  • PJM StackTag® inlets, transparent or printable paper labels for all needs
  • PJM enabled handheld readers and printers offered by Magellan partners or licensees

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Barcode Technologies......... is a leading integrator of barcode data capture and AutoID and mobile computing systems with comprehensive range of barcode printers, barcode scanners, complete software solutions to address all your critical data capture and data management needs.

About RFID Solutions
RFID has captured the attention of many leading companies today who are making significant investments of money and time to make this technology feasible in their operations. The goal, however, is to leverage internal RFID structures to capture and share real-time business information across entire enterprises and with trading partners. In other words, RFID deployments based on open, standardized EPC interfaces that enable interoperability and multi-vendor implementations may achieve the ultimate in global data sharing: total asset visibility.