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Injectables for the Clinic

One challenge for many clinics and surgery centers is finding sources for injectables in single vials.  In this case, I’m describing the need for injectables that come in packages less than 25 vials.  Depending on your patient or procedure volume, you may not be able to use a full case of a particular injectable.  Because manufacturers typically package in larger cases it can be difficult to find a source for single vials.  Whether the requirement is keeping a crash cart updated or supporting a variety of procedures requiring different medications, single vial purchasing is a necessity for many clinics.

PCA Pharmaceuticals, an Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical distributor, offers a wide array of injectable medications in single vials.  Our relationships with the primary injectable manufacturers gives us access to virtually every available product.  Our base of customers enables us to offer these products by the vial to make it easier for our clinics to purchase.  Having product on the shelf allows us to be responsive to procedures-driven orders.

Check us out at www.pcameds.net for more information.

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