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Innovative Traceability of infant feeds using serialisation to improve patient safety

Innovative Traceability of infant feeds using serialisation to improve patient safety

Innovative Traceability of infant feeds using serialisation to improve patient safety

Mrs. Sinéad Moran
Mrs. Sinéad Moran
on behalf of GS1 Global

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Launch date: 22 Mar 2019
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Last updated: 22 Mar 2019

Reference: 193640

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Temple Street Children’s University Hospital delivers highly specialised care to diseased infants. The infants may suffer from complex conditions for which the infant feed will be part of the treatment.

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The importance of closed loop safety on infant feeds as part of the treatment
The unique identifiers implemented by the hospital
The challenge and importance of batch traceability in a hospital
The benefits from introducing the GS1 Scanning App to track and trace the special feeds in the hospital
The hospital will outline how they moved from a paper based process to electronic traceability using GS1 serialised barcodes
New opportunities for traceability being identified in the hospital.
Mrs. Sinéad Moran

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Mrs. Sinéad Moran
on behalf of GS1 Global

Mrs. Sinéad Moran, Special Feeds Unit Manager; Temple Street Children's University Hospital, Dublin

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