Unit dose drug distribution systems were introduced into hospitals in the USA in the early 1960s in order to achieve a number of objectives, including prevention of theft, provision of clear audit trails, identification of accurate costs for third-party charging purposes and reduction in drug administration issues. Although the way in which hospital pharmacies operate in Europe is usually very different from their counterparts in the USA, some have decided to follow the unit dose route. We would like to know what you think on the issue, and would appreciate your completing this questionnaire. All entries will be entered for a prize draw for an iPad2.
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