|IACP Corporate Partner Spotlight: BIOSRX|
Developers of Cappucine™ Computerized Dispensing and Filling System, TICKER®, and Gentle Dose.
The Cappucine™ Computerized Dispensing and Filling System marks the start of a new era in compounding where volume-digitalization is coupled with automation. Cappucine™ supersedes how stock formulations have been traditionally transferred from large EMP Unguator® (Gako, Inc.) jars into smaller dispensing devices that patients take home. With Cappucine™, TICKER® Transdermal Dispensers, pumps, and jars are able to be filled with just the push of a button. The transfer is fast, exact, and simple.
TICKER® “The Syringe That Clicks” is simple, compact, and offers patients the ability to self-administer both small and large doses of transdermal preparations. TICKER® and TICKERmini® are ideal choices for packaging transdermal and vaginal hormone preparations. TICKERmini® is vital to the veterinary compounding sector to dispense medications like methimazole, vasodilators, and other drugs that require UV-light protection, and micro-dosing.
With TICKER®, each click delivers 0.05 mL, and one complete turn of the dial delivers one mL. Applying other dosages are just as easy! Stellar accuracy, precision, and ease of use are just a few of the hallmarks of the Ticker™. Each Ticker® applicator holds up to a maximum capacity of 37 grams, and 20 grams for the mini model. Made in the USA, its advanced design and engineering thrives in high-volume compounding laboratories. Ticker™ features “Load ‘N Go!” filling capabilities that streamline the filling process and improves the efficiency of the laboratory. Available in a complete color suite to differentiate various custom formulations, Ticker® is cost-friendly and sold wholesale directly from BIOSRX.
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