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      Drug compounding in hospital pharmacy

      Compounding of medication

      Hospital Pharmacies are responsible for the safe and accurate compounding of medication. This compounding can be performed either manually, or with the help of automation and robotics. Which method is used depends entirely on the type and quality of drugs that need to be prepared. Each of these production methods are associated with their own risks and benefits. B. Braun's extensive portfolio focuses on helping hospital pharmacies compound drugs accurately and safely irrespective of how they are produced.

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