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e-pill ZipperSure Simple, Easy, All-In-One Solution for your Medication Management.
The e-pill Zippersure is a locked organizer bag that will remind you when your next dose is due. This locked bag makes medications easily portable and keeps them safe from kids, grandchildren, pets, and people working in your home. It can also be used to store Methadone Take Home bottles or other narcotic medications.
This product restricts access to your medications or the medications of your patient. It includes super-easy medication reminder- just move the lock to the position of the next dose that needs to be taken.
Your e-pill ZipperSure holds all your medications (pills, eyedrops, syringes, inhalers, creams, drops etc) in their original packaging, so you don't have to remove any labels.
Features and Benefits:
Privacy and barrier for curious children, co-workers and teenagers
Convenient for multiple caregivers
Great for diabetes supplies such as insulin and syringes
Patient identification label.
Includes blank labels as well as templates for those taking medication 1-4 times per day
Size: 11 inch x 9 1/2 inch. Lock: 3 Digit Combination Lock Color: Blue
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Proven and affordable ProsperSafe medical alarm devices and pillboxes to help patients recovering from addiction or to maintain a regular dosing schedule for medicines such as pain medications. Our addiction recovery products include tamperproof locked automatic pill dispensers and secure medication storage.
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