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Pill Splitters and Tablet Cutters

Leading Providers of Pill Splitters, Tablet Cutters, Pill Cutters, Tablet Splitters

Booth #14824

Manually splitting tablets is a tedious, messy, and time consuming chore for your technicians and pharmacists.

Automatically and precisely split tablets with the BullsEye Tablet Splitter. This revolutionary machine can split up to 16 pills per minute with only a 5% deviation, reducing the need to manually split medications. Often manual splitting is inaccurate, and in many circumstances can ruin a medication by crumbling it. The BullsEye uses canisters that are individually calibrated for each specific medication to be split in half. The process is simple: barcode scan the canister or medication bottle, enter the quantity to be split, and the device will then accurately split the medication.

Many medications cost the same or nearly the same for all doses. Patients have even been known to cut their tablets into halves. However, cutting tablets in half is risky if not done correctly. A recent research study found that when elderly patients split their doses, the doses deviated 9-37% from those intended. The study warned that “while an approximate deviation of 10% may not be clinically significant, the larger deviations in this study could be hazardous” in some cases. The BullsEye Tablet Splitter is supported by data that shows 99% accuracy with a deviation from the intended dose of less than 5% with the average being significantly lower.

Advantages of the BullsEye Tablet Splitter:

  • Saves labor on manual splitting
  • Accurately splits tablets to fulfill prescriptions of half strength
  • Saves space by reducing the quantity of strengths of medications you need to carry on your formulary
  • Saves money by splitting larger, comparably priced tablets into two equal half tablets
  • Increases patient safety by splitting tablets more precisely and ensuring patients get appropriate doses
  • Expedites payments from insurers who deny payments for prescriptions of lower strengths
  • Splits tablets for patients who have trouble swallowing larger tablets

BULLSEYE - Every Time.

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 Health Care Logistics
Booth #14825
Health Care Logistics

At Health Care Logistics, we believe that outstanding Customer Service is one of the most important assets we provide. And HCL will resource non-stock health care items for you at no
additional charge!

Live phone service from 8:00AM to 8:00PM, EST Monday through Friday
Fast, friendly, knowledgeable assistance
Fast turnaround - most of our orders are shipped out the same day
No minimum order requirements
Small package quantities
Free samples on many consumable items
15-day trial evaluation period
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