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Compliance packaging, also known as adherence packaging, refers to putting all of a patient’s medications in one package—either blister packs or pouches—to assist them to stick to their treatment regimen.
You categorise the medications by dose, weekday, and time of day when the patient takes them. This makes it easy for the patient to take the appropriate medications at the appropriate time.
Packaging for Adherence The rising desire to reduce pharmaceutical waste, the high prevalence of medication nonadherence, and technology improvements such as remote dispensing systems are driving market expansion.
High installation and maintenance costs of automated systems, on the other hand, are projected to limit total market development.
The Japan Adherence Packaging Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Yuyama’slauches its Quiet and Intelligent Litrea III Pouch/Compliance Packaging Automation, Litrea III which is ideal for small to medium-sized pharmacies. This tool will help to enhance accuracy and patient safety.
Improve medicine and patient safety by using universal canisters, which are designed to save you money during drug manufacturing modifications.
LitreaIII is the ideal option for boosting brand-to-generic medicine switches and improving patients’ medication adherence and your ability to multitask now.
By scanning the barcode for replenishment, the packager protects users from inappropriately replenishing the medication. When refilling a canister, place it in the replenishment check position at the front of the device, where the barcode is scanned.
The scan result is shown on the machine monitor when the code on the bottle is read. LitreaIII includes clever functionalities that allow the user to multi-task.
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