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Zebra to present at unSummit
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Apr '08
Zebra is going to present at unSummit which will take place on May 1 - 2, 2008 at Hilton Austin Hotel, Austin, Texas.

Positive patient identification is the foundation of patient safety. Build your foundation on long-lasting wristbands that stay on the patient and remain readable after repeated use and extended treatments.

Zebra printers and Z-Band wristbands provide a convenient, one-step solution for patient IDs. Text, graphics, and bar codes are produced directly on the wristband in a single pass.

There is no need for handwritten or typed inserts, or stick-on labels, which saves time and eliminates a potential point of failure.

A Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) National Patient Safety Goal calls for two forms of patient identification on the wristband.

Zebra wristband solutions can easily satisfy this requirement, and can encode patient information in bar codes and radio frequency identification (RFID) tags to comply with HIPAA privacy requirements.

Lost, damaged, and illegible wristbands contribute to many errors. Z-Band materials are formulated to prevent these problems.

Used with Zebra's printers they produce top quality, long lasting images and resist exposure to alcohol, soaps, water, moisture, X-rays, and other hazards that can ruin wristbands.

Z-Band wristbands are available in youth and adult sizes in a variety of colors for comfortable, convenient patient identification.

RFID encoded wristband data can be read through bed linens, so patients don't have to be disturbed when sleeping. They can be used with fixed readers in doorways and corridors, to help staff keep track of ambulatory patients.

Zebra Technologies Corporation

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