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Supply Management Strategies for Offsetting IV Bag Shortages

Supply Management Strategies for Offsetting IV Bag Shortages Normally, the infusion therapy device market has been considered stable with intravenous (IV) sets maintaining a level of saturation required to meet the needs of the health care sector. But as COVID-19 continues to overwhelm the most prepared health care systems, increased demand for IV administration foresees [...]

Tackling Infusion Supply Shortages with Innovation and Alternative Delivery Solutions

Tackling Infusion Supply Shortages with Innovation and Alternative Delivery Solutions In the wake of COVID-19, hospitals are experiencing a marked shortage of medical supplies. Notably, infusion pump supplies—used to deliver fluid and medication critical in treating complex patients—are also growing short. In April, the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP) concluded that health care organizations were indeed [...]

Dorothy LaCombe first to implement DripAssist in Capital Region

Hometa Announces First Implementation of DripAssist in the Capital Region Hometa is pleased to announce that our neighbors at Dorothy LaCombe Adult Healthcare Nurse Practitioner PLLC are the first healthcare facility to implement the DripAssist Infusion Rate Monitor here in the Capital Region. While the practice can consult upon and treat many different conditions, it [...]

New Name | Long Traditions

Hometa is one of 12 subsidiaries of Grupo PiSA Farmaceutica. Founded in 1945, the Mexican pharmaceutical giant has led the industry in quality, innovation, and patient safety for seven decades. Professor Don Miguel Alvarez Ochoa named the original company Productos Infantiles, S.A., or PiSA for short. The company was established to produce medications specifically for children, since during those days, children would be dosed with fractions of adult medications. PiSA began producing pediatric cough syrup, analgesic/antipyretic drops, and pediatric electrolyte solutions…