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Publication:
International Journal of Computerized Dentistry

Year 2001
Volume 4 , Issue 4

Back
Pages: 281 - 289

Bar Code, Good for Industry and Trade—How Does It Benefit the Dentist?

H. Oehlmann

Every dentist who attentively follows the change in product labeling can easily see that the HIBC bar code is on the increase. In fact, according to information from FIDE/VDDI and ADE/BVD, the dental industry and trade are firmly resolved to apply the HIBC bar code to all products used internationally in dental practices. Why? Indeed, at first it looks like extra expense to additionally print a bar code on the packages. Good reasons can only lie in advantages which manufacturers and the trade expect from the HIBC bar code. Indications in dental technician circles are that the HIBC bar code is coming. If there are advantages, what are these, and can the dentist also profit from them? What does HIBC bar code mean and what items of interest does it include? What does bar code cost and does only one code exist? This is explained briefly, concentrating on the benefits bar code can bring for different users.

 

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