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In 2009 Cardinal Health completed the spin-off of its clinical and medical products businesses based in the previous Pyxis Corporation products into an independent medical technology company named Carefusion, with David Schlotterbeck as CEO. Carefusion continued the development of Pyxis systems.
Automated dispensing cabinet
The company created an automated dispensing cabinet called MedStation, a system of inventoried and connected cabinets and pharmacy units, allowing a safe delivery and reception from point to point between pharmacies to pharmacies, pharmacies to medication units and medication units to pharmacies. Pyxis products allowed healthcare personnel to avoid the manual recording of drugs dispensed or used by nurses and pharmacies based in a computerized and interconnected infrastructure, and allowed for the development of decentralized medication storages.
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