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"Stirrer" would technically mean the thing with the motor and a rotating magnet that the bottle is placed on which drives the stirrer bar.
11:48 Apr 22, 2005
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Explanation: with bar coding, without bar coding
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APP Addresses Medication Safety with Bar Coding... in 50 cc or larger vials incorporate a bar code on the individual vial. ... has resulted in the ability to affix bar coded labels on injectable vials as ... www.appdrugs.com/PR052201.htm - 12k - Cached - Similar pages
Enza Longo Canada Local time: 00:10 Native speaker of: English
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Explanation: "Barreau" could be a (magnetic) stirrer bar--perhaps it's easy enough to mix the 100 ml size by shaking, so they don't need one.
David Sirett Local time: 05:10 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 4