RescueDose Ltd. of Yokneam at MEDICA 2021 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine
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RescueDose Ltd.

P.O. Box 223, 2066717 Yokneam
4, Hatnufa St., 2066717 Yokneam

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This company is co-exhibitor of
Israel Export Institute

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Our range of products

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  • 01  Imaging and diagnostics / medical equipment and devices
  • 01.12  Medical robotics

Our products

Product category: Medical robotics


RescueDose has developed a reliable, fast and efficient automated dispenser of small scale medical fluids for nuclear medicine, the UniDose.

The UniDose provides a solution for accurately dosing radioisotopes in safe, sterile, radiation protected syringes with high accuracy and without contact with a technician. The UniDose performs the actions required to prepare the dose, including withdrawing substances, lowering the syringe into the nuclear dose calibrator, and inserting it into the tungsten shield housing.The uniqueness of the UniDose lies in its simplicity; while other solutions may require a change in operation or overall filling environment, the UniDose is a small and compact robot that can be mounted on existing infrastructure at any pharmacist's workstation.

Key Features :
Full automation of syringe filling process.
Smart & Compact size fits into any laminar chamber.
High throughput - cycle time < 20 sec.
Supports various syringes, pigs and vials.
Reduced needle wear
High accuracy and repeatability of volume withdrawal.
Available options - prefill, volume setting, concentration setting, needle type.
Smart Vial Shutter for radiation protection.
Emergency Button
Full integration with ec2 software to provide a complete solution

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Product category: Medical robotics


RescueDose has developed a compact, intelligent robot for the automatic dispensing of liquid and powder medications, the ChemiDose.

The ChemiDose robot is a "self-contained" system consisting of all the components required to properly dispense drug solutions from vials to ready-to-use IV bags taken specifically for the patient. The ChemiDose can handle up to 6 different vials of liquid and powder medications that are mixed together and filled into the patient's IV bag at the end of the process.

Key Features :
Full automation of the IV filling process.
Smart & Compact size fits into laminar chamber.
High throughput - cycle time from <20 sec (for 2 liquid vials)
Supports a wide variety of syringes, vials and IV bags.
Support liquid medications and powder medications
High accuracy and repeatability
Compounding accuracy < 1%
Safety first - no leak or drip during dispensing process.
User friendly system
Intelligent intuitive user interface
Reliable system that is easy to maintain and service.
Auto disposable process
Disposable tray with automatic detection is full
Automatic calibration of needle position
Hospital DB connectivity
Prep DB
Option for statistics reports
Emergency button
Many attractive options available:Volume adjusts
Concentration adjusts
Presetting for special drugs
Variety of powder mixing processes
Intelligent error handling
Option with prefill syringe
Various vibration modes
Barcode/RFID integration option

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Product category: Medical robotics

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According to the European Medicines Agency, " medication errors " are unintentional errors in the prescribing, dispensing, administration or monitoring of a medicinal product under the control of a healthcare professional, patient or consumer, and are the most common single preventable cause of adverse events in medicines practice.

Both health workers and patients can make mistakes that result in serious harm, such as order , prescribing , dispensing , preparing , administering or taking the wrong medication or the wrong dose at the wrong time . However, all medication errors are potentially preventable .

To prevent errors and the resulting harm, systems and procedures must be put in place to ensure that the right patient receives the right medicine, at the right dose, in the right way at the right time .

The costs associated with medication errors are estimated at $42 billion annually, or nearly 1% of total global health spending .

In March 2017, the World Health Organization (WHO) launched a global initiative , to reduce serious, preventable medication-related errors by 50% in all countries over the next 5 years.

The initiative calls on countries to take early priority action to address these key factors to reduce medication errors and harm to patients. It aims to improve at every stage of the medication adherence process, including prescribing, dispensing, administration, monitoring and use.

Ferner et al. reviewed systematic medication errors in clinical practice in a multicenter study. They found that systematic calculation errors occurred in about 5% of cases, major preparation errors in another 3%, and inadequate mixing in 9%, indicating that the dispensed dose often deviates from the intended dose.

The trend in the last decade to improve medication safety in health care systems is through innovations in automation technology . As regulatory requirements increase and investments in patient safety become a high priority, more and more hospitals and pharmacies are seeking computerized solutions to significantly improve the precision and safety of medication dosing and distribution.

In an article by Chapuis et al, the authors decided to evaluate the impact of an automated compounding dispensing (ACD) system on the incidence of medication errors associated with the withdrawal, preparation, and administration of medications in a medical intensive care unit.Their conclusion showed that the implementation of an automated compounding dispensing (ACD) system reduced overall medication errors related to the withdrawal, preparation, and administration of medications in the ICU . In addition, most nurses were in favor of the new medication dispensing organization.