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Health Care News

  • Clarisonic Adds RFID to Its Skin-Cleansing System

    The company's Smart Profile product uses HF passive tags and readers to automatically adjust the settings of the motorized handheld unit, and to alert a user when a brush head needs to be replaced.

  • North York General Hospital Uses RFID to Restock Medication Trays

    The Toronto medical facility's pharmacy says its adoption of the Intelliguard Kit and Tray Management System is saving hours of labor and eliminating errors.

  • Smartrac's New Passive Sensor DogBone Transmits Moisture Levels

    The company has begun shipping the UHF tag to systems integrators to begin proof-of-concepts and the development of applications in the manufacturing, health-care and agriculture sectors.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Alien Technology introduces new Higgs4-based inlays ••• Many RFID-adopting retailers report more than 5 percent improvement in gross margins ••• Kereon to distribute Tageos RFID labels in Latin America ••• Onyx unveils Enterprise Beacon ••• A2B Tracking Solutions, Impinj partner on asset-tracking solutions ••• Identiv launches new service for developing Internet of Things products ••• URevu announces customer-service app using wearable beacons.

  • Smart Septa System Uses RFID to Authenticate Medications

    The solution is designed to enable health-care-related users to track and authenticate vials or bottles via RFID tags built into a cap's seal and hosted software in which RFID-based data is stored.

  • Spreo Beacons the Way at Mall, Hospital

    A Florida shopping mall and an Israeli medical center are both employing the company's beacon solution to help people navigate their way.

  • RFID News Roundup

    SML Group intros smaller, more sensitive inlay ••• CISC Semiconductor unveils UHF RFID real-time sniffer ••• eAgile launches tiny UHF inlay for pharmaceutical, health-care items and more ••• Most retailers ready for Internet of Things, Zebra survey finds ••• JW Marriott Hotel Santo Domingo implements InvoTech uniform and linen system ••• Toshiba launches SDHC memory card with built-in NFC ••• PLS acquires RTI Manager to offer complete RFID-enabled pallet/container tracking solution.

  • Blue Maestro Prepares Release of New Bluetooth-Enabled Sensor Products

    The provider of Tempo wireless environmental sensors is launching a waterproof temperature sensor that acts as a data logger, as well as a BLE-enabled temperature-measuring pacifier, a small mobile sensor and a Wi-Fi-based hub.

  • RFID News Roundup

    NIST study makes the case for RFID forensic evidence management ••• Austrian psychiatric clinic protects staff, patients via Ekahau RTLS ••• Checkpoint Systems donates 650,000 RFID tags to University of Memphis' AutoID Lab ••• Atlas RFID adds new functionality to Jovix ••• MEPS Real-Time intros RFID-enabled smart drawers for health-care industry ••• Fujitsu Labs develops compact passive UHF RFID tag for metal, ID cards ••• GuestDriven, Estimote deliver beacon solution to hotel industry.

  • Mexican State Agency Reduces Donated Blood Wastage With RFID

    Veracruz's health department has improved the visibility of the bags of blood products it sends to hospitals, by tracking their temperatures, locations and details, such as expiration dates.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Farsens intros weight-monitoring RFID tag ••• Guard RFID receives CE mark approval for its AllGuard RFID platform ••• Hospitals in Maryland, Puerto Rico deploy Stanley Healthcare's Wi-Fi infant-protection tags ••• Royal Caribbean's newest cruise ship mixes and serves drinks with robots and RFID ••• Smart421 to deliver RFID-enabled, smart-ticketing system for rail industry in England.

  • RFID Fills Infection-Prevention Role at Dental Practice

    Westover and Associates is using the technology to track the temperatures of employees and ensure that any with elevated temperatures are identified before starting a shift, thereby protecting patients and personnel.

  • Shimane University Hospital Tags Surgical Tools, Cuts Costs

    An RFID-enabled surgical instrument tracking system from KRD Corp. allows the hospital, as well as Wakayama Medical Center, to boost efficiency and eliminate errors.

  • Saint Francis Medical Center Employs RFID to Track Staff Training

    At the hospital's request, attendance-software provider DotEnablers developed a mobile version of its event-tracking software, used in conjunction with RF IDeas dongle readers.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Ecom instruments intros UHF reader for intrinsically safe iroc-Ci70 handheld computer ••• FineLine's SolidTag service offers fashion RFID hangtags, labels in low volumes ••• Proventix RFID data helps researchers discover hand-washing compliance patterns ••• Protavic Releases RFID-GO, a matched system of adhesives and inks for tag manufacturers ••• TI RFID readers on rovers prove to be less stressful to penguins ••• LogiTag releases mobile app for hospital inventory management, charge capture.

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