What Are Drug Named Labels?
Drug named labels are used on syringes and drug infusion bags to enhance patient safety and reduce medication errors. Medical professionals use drug named labels to identify which drug is contained in the syringe or container to ensure proper dispensing.
Common Drug Named Label Uses In Healthcare
Drug named labels, such as Glucagon and Heparin, communicate important information to the medical staff. For example, labels include a blank space to fill in the strength of the drug as well as space to write the date, time, and initials of the person preparing the medication. Other versions include labels with pre-printed common medication strengths, the date the solution was prepared and the expiration date and time.
Drug Named Labels At United Ad Label
United Ad Label drug named labels conform to the nationally recognized color coding ASTM standard D-4774-93 and help meet the Joint Commission NPSG 03.04.01. Our tallman lettered anesthesia drug labels help minimize the confusion created by look-alike, sound-alike names. Plus, UAL anesthesia drug labels use flexible paper, making them easy to wrap on small syringes and odd-shaped products.