PHARMODUCT Automatic Sterile Compounding System

A unique approach for your personalised chemotherapy doses.

Pharmoduct is an automatic compounding system for the preparation of personalised chemotherapy doses. Pharmoduct is a patented medical device.

Pharmoduct is able to reconstitute, transfer and dilute oncology drugs in order to prepare final dose and multi-dose bags. The system can manage more than 300 different drugs.

The introduction of Pharmoduct in the Compounding Lab will improve the whole chemotherapy preparation workflow.

HOSPITAL-PHARMACY_Pharmoduct - Automatic Sterile Compounding System

Main features

  • Patented Class I Medical Device
  • Liquid and powder drug management
  • Final bags and multi – dose bags preparation

Final containers

  • Syringes – range 3 – 60 ml
  • IV bags – up to 1000 ml
  • Elastomeric pumps – range 50 – 300 ml
  • CADD® cassettes
  • Ecoflac®

Multi-dose containers

  • Multi-dose bags – up to 2000 ml
  • Drug source
  • Vials – up to 100 ml
  • Multidose bags (filled by Pharmoduct or avaible on the market) – up to 2000 ml


  • Syringes – 35/h
  • IV bags – 25/h
  • Elastomeric pumps – 20/h


  • Dose accuracy – ± 5%

Chemotherapy compounding

Compounding is the creation of a personalized drug to meet the unique needs of a patient.

It is performed by a licensed pharmacist, a licensed physician or a person under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist.

In Hospitals and Compounding Labs worldwide, an enormous number of chemotherapy doses are prepared every day.

There are several key persons involved in the antiblastics preparation process: oncologists, pharmacists, health technicians. It’s important to have full collaboration between these parties in order to avoid mistakes and allow the patient to receive a tailor made drug that is precise in dosage and fully sterile, in a reasonable timeframe.

Limits of manual compounding

Despite the importance of compounding, there are many risks associated to this activity.
Compounded preparations are non FDA-approved; this means that the safety standards are often lower compared to the requirements of the pharmaceutical industry.

In the majority of cases, antiblastic drugs are nowadays compounded manually under a laminar flow hood in a Class B cleanroom.

There are several limits to this approach:

Limits of manual compunding

Main components

Pharmoduct - main components

1 Ozone decontamination system
2 Negative pressure LAF with ULPA-U15 filters
3 Touch screen monitor
4 Thermal transfer printer
5 Barcode & RFID identification systems for consumable kits
6 Upper rotating assembly for drug vials
7 Label identification system for vials
8 Gravimetric scale for multidose bag
9 Peristaltic pumps for liquid transfer
10 Lower rotating assembly for final containers
11 Segregated waste area with bag heat sealing
12 Wheels for easy handling


Multi-dose bags are the best solution to decrease waste production and reduce time for dispensing and administration.

Working from a molecular perspective, the creation of multi-dose bags helps acquire, quantify and use the amount of overfill present within the drug vials – which is usually between 2% and 7% of the nominal value. This fact generates significant economic savings for the Compounding Lab.

Patient safety

Patient safety

  • Maximum sterility
  • Top class decontamination with ozone
Operator protection

Operator protection

  • High containment technology
  • No direct operator manipulations
Full traceability

Full traceability

  • Optical label identification of the drug vials
  • Barcode & RFID identification of the final containers and kits
High performance

High performance

  • Up to 35 preparations/h
  • Liquid and powder drugs managed
Top accuracy

Top accuracy

  • Accurate gravimetric dosage system
  • Less than 5% global error
Total flexibility

Total flexibility

  • More than 300 drugs managed
  • Ready doses in all possible final containers
Significant savings

Significant savings

  • Zero drug residuals
  • Cost reduction
Easy installation

Easy installation

  • Plug & play
  • No structural intervention in the Compounding Lab

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