Syringes versus minibags as an intravenous admixture system: a comparison of cost and nursing preference.

@article{Gin1987SyringesVM,
  title={Syringes versus minibags as an intravenous admixture system: a comparison of cost and nursing preference.},
  author={Alfred S. Gin and Dieter Martens and Kirsty Dobson and Kathryn V Hall},
  journal={The Canadian journal of hospital pharmacy},
  year={1987},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={81-5}
}
The implementation of centralized intravenous admixture programs in Canadian hospitals has been hindered by the high costs associated with such programs. The most popular system uses minibags as an admixture base but other less expensive alternatives are being investigated. This study examines the material and labour costs associated with preparing… CONTINUE READING