THREE CRITICAL SOLUTIONS
First Solution Overcoming Non-Compliance
C. Everett Koop:
“Remembering your medication is the key to compliance.” The secret of DialSaftey™ effectiveness is its 360-degree rotating knob which can accommodate any dose and frequency requirement as shown below.
Last dose always showing
DialSafetyTM ensures compliance by always showing the last prescribed dose taken for morning, noon, and evening all at-a-glance on the original bottle. No more guessing, complicated gadgets and error prone pillboxes. Experience shows that using DialSafetyTM is a memory booster and a habit forming.
Works well on all containers
DialSafetyTM adds critical safety and awareness measures MISSING from the
typical prescription bottle as shown below:
- The last dose taken to prevent taking medicine too soon (red pointer)
- When to take the next safe dose (green pointer)
- Not to take medicine during risk period (pink)
- Not to increase the prescribed dose (2 caps every 6 hours)
- Not to take more than 8 caps in 24 hours for 10 days.
- Not to mix with other drugs (yellow)
- Not to take it longer the allowed number of days to prevent addiction
- The serious consequences of opioid misuse (number of deaths)
Third Solution Overcoming Overdose on OTC Medications
Status: OTC OVERDOSE RISK IS NOT ADEQUATELY HIGHLIGHTED
Tylenol overdose alone causes 56.000 emergency room visits and 456 deaths each year1. Drugs like Advil and other ibuprofen-like drugs cause over 100,000 hospitalization and kill 16,500 in the US each year.
Is There a Solution? Yes
DialSafetyTM in the picture below, shows last dose at 8 and cautions the user not to take the next dose before 6 hours as shown in Figure 3 which is very helpful to millions of the elderly who have trouble remembering the first dose and calculating the next dose at 1 PM (green pointer). Both solutions shown in 2 and 3 prevent taking the medicine too soon and overdose as frequently happens with the Tylenol bottle without DialSafetyTM shown in Figure 1.