Heat seal blister cards, also called punch cards or pill cards, are required for most pre-pack and automated medication packaging solutions. The pharmacy can be confident they are delivering a quality product to the nursing home, assisted living facility, correctional institution, or patient.
Heat seal cards are more cost effective than cold seal cards.
Blisters are available in a variety of sizes, 28-day, 30-day, 31-day, 32-day, 60- and 62-dose, 90-dose and 4 unit dose sizes. Clear and amber blisters are also available.
Heat seal blister cards are made from high quality raw materials providing an attractive appearance and durability. Blister cards may also be customized with your brand.
Standard heat seals cards come with the blister adhered to the card to save time. Available in 30-day, 31-day, 32-day, 60-day, 62-day and 90-day formats.
Omnicell manufactures durable, cost-effective 9" x 6" standard 14-dose short-cycle blister cards that fit into most standard carts.
Select Seal cards are used for the recovery of unused medications without damaging the blister or printed foil.
Control cards are specifically designed for the identification of controlled drugs. The red color and smaller size help differentiate it from other blister cards.
Omnicell Red Cards come in standard 6" or narrow width of 5 5/8". These cards can accommodate different med cart styles and come in 31-, 62- and 90-day formats.
Trap Door Cards provide an extra layer of cardboard over the foil to ensure an added level of tamper evidence. These cards are available in 30- and 60-dose formats.
The Mealtime Cards are 31-Day cards that is available in various colors to visually identify morning, afternoon, evening, and bedtime passes. PRN is also available.
Omnicell offers a variety of reduced cycle blister cards that are available in 9" x 3" and 9" x 6" formats.
No matter what style, function or specialty blister card you need, Omnicell has a variety of specialty cards and systems available.
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