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Track and manage healthcare devices in real-time with RFID

Zebra's RFID technology provides healthcare professionals a tool to track surgical trays and assets. A UK hospital's sterile services used RFID to locate surgical kits, preventing operation delays.

RFID tags resist sterilization, and readers offer real-time asset tracking. This system ensures staff know the readiness of items, enhancing efficiency, reducing risks, and allowing clinicians to prioritize patient care. Healthcare facilities should adopt RFID to improve sterile services.

Discover more about healthcare RFID solutions in this blog.

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