Ever wonder how your meds end up in blister packs?

Oh, c’mon — of course you do. A blister pack, if you’re unaware, is drug packaging where the tablet or capsule is mounted on a card under a plastic dome. Here’s the video:

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  • Ordinary people may have never seen these blister packs but professionals in healthcare will recognize them. These are how meds are packaged for nursing facilities and other healthcare settings. Easier to track who is giving and getting the meds that way as there is room for initials/dates/etc for the med tech.

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