Tego’s smart RFID asset tracking solution is proven to survive the harsh supply chain environment typical of medical device manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies and hospitals, which use the following processes:
• Gamma sterilization
• eBeam sterilization
• Ethylene oxide sterilization
• Cold storage (-80C)
• Autoclave sterilization
Ideal for healthcare supply chains band UDI implementation, the smart RFID asset tracking solution provides complete end-to end visibility of medical device manufacturing information to healthcare professional and patient. Our medical device RFID tags are designed for all types of product packaging, including foil packaged medical devices, tissue samples, and bottles and vials.
The unique ability of the Tego RFID chip to survive sterilization processes enables medical devices to be RFID labeled as an integral part of the initial packaging process rather than downstream after sterilization but just prior to shipment. This reduces travel and processing waste and eliminates extra labor cost.
The high-memory of the TegoChip allows for a product’s manufacturing record, all its supply chain inventory events and its lifecycle activities to be stored on the RFID medical device label. This enables healthcare asset management complete visibility, traceability and security from manufacturing through distribution and to point of use.
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