Case Unit: See Chart Below
|Dimension||Capacity||General Use||Case Quanitity|
|5" x 8.5"||250ml||For Piggyback IVs||500 Bags|
|6" x 10"||500ml||For 1/2-liter IV bags||1000 Bags|
|6" x 14"||1000ml||For 1-liter IV bags||1000 Bags|
|8" x 14"||1000ml||For 1-liter IV bottles||500 or 1000 Bags|
|10" x 18"||3000ml||For 3-liter IV bags||250 Bags|
|12" x 18"||4000ml||For 4-liter IV bags||250 Bags|
Medipak has improved the Regular UVLI-Bag by adding a convenient slit at the top of the bag perfect for hanging drips. The slit allows for quicker hanging with a cleaner look.
Medipak UVLI-bags provide great value - high quality at a reasonable price. Medipak customers include 1000′s of hospitals, pharmacies, home health care pharmacies, compounding pharmacies, and veterinarian clinics throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. Medipak’s UVLI-bags have been used for UV protection and blinding in clinical drug trials by numerous major Pharmaceutical Companies and by 5 of the top 6 major Contract Research Organizations.
- Testing each new lot of raw materials received.
- Manufacturing and testing the film for thickness, width, and most importantly, UV transmittance, insures that Medipak film and bags exceeds United States Pharmacopeia (USP) specifications, which require that the maximum transmission of light at any wavelength between 290nm to 450nm (U.V. range) is no greater than 10 percent. (Ref. the 28th Revision, January 1, 2005, Page 2397)
- Manufacturing and testing the bags for length, seal strength, box count, ease of opening, and seal burn-through.
- Light protection is extremely important in health care, and UVLI-bags are designed to provide protection against the deteriorating effects of ultraviolet light, as defined by the United States Pharmacopeia. (Ref. the 28th Revision, January 1, 2005, Page 2397)
- UVLI-bags are routinely tested for effectiveness as part of the Medipak Quality Assurance and Control Program.
- UVLI-bags are cost effective. No more than pennies need be spent to protect I.V.’s that often cost $50 and up to administer.