Efficient patient identification
No errors using a Codipack barcode scanner.
Can be linked to electronic file
Easily via our Nicelabel software.
Large range available
Choice of Sato wristbands or Zebra wristbands. Single rolls or handy cartridges.
Self printed wristbands from Codipack offer a lot of advantages in the field of patient identification in hospitals. It becomes possible to establish the identity of patients in a much more efficient way. We can link to the positive identification, for example, applications such as the electronic patient file, the medication a patient must receive or a certain diet. By converting patient identification data into a unique barcode, handheld scanners will be able to read the barcodes. And thus make important information reliably available to hospital staff very quickly.
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Direct link with patient administration
The printers to print the wristbands of Codipack can be directly linked to the patient administration. Errors are thus excluded. You can thus very quickly work out a flawless patient identification. A system with linked information is nowadays indispensable in every hospital.
Quick and easy integration
Switching over to the system of self-printed wristbands is very easy. The complete switch can be made within a few weeks. This can be done by the hospital’s own IT department, but also by Codipack’s people. We offer you a completely integrated total solution that meets the latest European guidelines in the field of positive patient identification.
At Codipack you will find the largest range of Sato wristbands and Zebra wristbands. We have a large choice in colour and shape, but also in different qualities and closures (self-adhesive or with clips). And that is not unimportant in a hospital environment. For example, different departments may have a different colour or shape of bands. Or think of wristbands with an antibacterial effect, or bands that are suitable for longer-stay patients. These are also many advantages for the use of Codipack wristbands in hospitals.