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Integrated patient alert card

The Integrated Patient Alert Card unlocks a new level off high line efficiency for secondary packaging with additional information cards. More and more, they are a mandatory part of packaging for some special medicine, to emphasise that patients should not combine intake with other pharmaceutical agents and risk life-threatening interactions. As the cards should be kept close in a wallet, they should be easily detachable from the packaging. Our integrated patient alert card is part of the blank and runs through a uniquely advanced folding and gluing process. For maximised efficiency no separate step is necessary in the packing line. Reverse side printing in one run fully uses the space available to include all language versions. And the small folding style (up to 8 panels) adds convenience for the patient.

These kinds of cards are requested more and more – for different products and topics, e.g. organ donor cards, patient alert cards. But until now, the existing solutions reach their limits when it comes to efficiency. They have to be either glued in or dispensed in an extra step.

Our integrated patient alert card has enough space for all the information to provide for the patient and thus ensure patient safety and to make filling easy at highest speed.

When opening the secondary packaging, the perforation easily tears apart the patient alert card from the packaging. It is easy to use for the customer and with the small folding type, the patient can carry the card conveniently in his pocket all day every day.

 

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Product card Leaflets

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Leaflets

Compliant patient information explain the correct intake and side effects of a drug and are often a mandatory part of the secondary packaging

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Product card Pharmaceutical serialisation

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Pharma serialisation

Compliant serialisation service for pharmaceutical and medical applications

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Tamper evidence

Packaging providing proof for the end user that the product has not been tampered with

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