Tucson company helps curb medicine mistakes

April 20, 2009

By hammersmith

[Source: Dan Sullivan, Arizona Daily Star] – Medication errors can be both deadly and costly, but one local company has developed a high-tech device to help solve the problem.
CDEX Inc., a 20-employee company at 4555 S. Palo Verde Road, has developed ValiMed, a gadget that can detect medication errors and failures in regulatory guidelines.
Sales began in the U.S. market, and the device is now sold worldwide.
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