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MEMS® CT (Cream Tube)

MEMS® CT is based on the MEMS® technology, the Gold Standard in academic research and in clinical trials for more than 30 years. Always in evolution, it’s already the 8th generation.

MEMS® CT( Cream Tube) is based on an adaptor fixed on the cream tube allowing the use of the MEMS® Cap ( link MEMS cap page).  MEMS® Cap is the Gold Standard in academic research and in clinical trials for more than 30 years. Always in evolution… now in it’s 8th generation of refinements.

MEMS® Cap records and stores up to 4.000 dosing events corresponding to the date and time whenever a patient opens the bottle.

It’s is designed to compile the dosing histories of ambulatory patients prescribed oral medications. The stored information can be transferred at any time through the MEMS® Reader (Link) to the medAmigo Software suite (Link) for immediate analysis and interpretation.

It is the only professional smart package that can be used every day for at least 3 years without any recharge and without any communication network available.

 Key characteristics:

  •  Available in 38mm, 42mm and 45mm thread diameters
  • Optional LCD display
  • Optional child resistance functionality
  • Service life: 36 months from shipment
  • Water resistant
  • Wireless data transfer via NFC communication
  • Non-volatile memory for data storage (maintains data integrity for years after loss of battery power)
  • Optimal events detection technology
  • CE marked
  • MEMS® CT 8 must be customized to the dimension of the cream tube to be used. It can be rapidly prototyped with 3D printing to exactly fit your cream tube dimension.

Discover 20 key reasons to choose MEMS® technology and AARDEX Group solutions.

The principle of the MEMS® technology consists in the incorporation of a micro-circuitry into pharmaceutical packages of various designs (pharmacy bottle, blister, inhaler, eye drops dispenser, etc.) such that the maneuvers needed to remove a dose of drug is detected in real time and time stamped, resulting in dosing history data.

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