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Barrell JM. Iontophoresis: Charging into drug delivery. 1999;5(9):56-58.

Choy GS, Egging P, White B. Stability data for ambulatory infusion pump reservoirs. 1998;4(11):18-23.

Closson T, Holmes H, and McCoy L. Using new technology to reduce antibiotic therapy costs: A case study. 2002;8(1):18-25.

Counce JB. Infusion pump sales on the rise: A look at consumer trends and possibilities. 2005. 11(4):11-16.

Counce J. Infusion pump market gets busy. 2006. 12(4):10-18.

Everard LJ. Infusion devices: Buy, rent or lease? 1996;2(6):55-56.

Everard LJ. Taking care of your infusion devices. 1996;2(8):73-74.

Jackson KC. Spinal opioids in the treatment of chronic pain. 1999;5(9):59-63.

Kaplan LK. Forget the tea leaves.1998;4(9):17-22.

Kaplan LK. Half empty or half full. 1997;3(4):39-44.

Kramer N. Standardizing organizational pump use: A case study. 2004;10(4):21-5.

Masoorli S. Central vascular access devices in home care: Legal issues. 2000;6(10):31-5.

McDonald B, Veydt L, and Brajdic S. The Medication Delivery Challenge: One provider’s approach to making clinically sound choices for patient care while retaining profitability. 2011; 17(2):24-7.

Nakasawa N. Pharmacological management of vascular access devices.2005.11(1):S1-S8.

NHIA. FDA considering voluntary certification of infusion pumps for home use. 2004;10(1):26-8.

Pereira KJ. Information systems: The crucial link in integrated health care. 1995;1(10):49-51.

Poole SM, Nowobilski-Vasilios A. To push or not to push: Issues and controversies in IV push and administration of anti-infectives in home care. 1999;5(9):52-55.

Rollins G. Proactive complications management: The key to improved care of vascular access devices. 2000;6(10):36-42.

Saladow J. Where do we go from here? : The overall market for infusion devices continue to grow. 1998;4(9):24-31

Saladow J. Profiles of products and features. 1998;4(9):32-39

Saladow J. Ambulatory systems for I.V. antibiotic therapy: Making sense of the options. 1995;1(7):17-29.

Saladow J. Making sense of the options: Ambulatory electronic infusion systems.1995;1(10):9-21.

Saladow J. Making sense of the options: Stationary infusion pumps used in home care. 1995;1(12):11-17.

Saladow J. Making sense of the options: Enteral infusion pumps. 1995;2(3):22-27.

Saladow J. Infusion devices: The newest products and features. 1996;2(9):15-29.

Saladow J. Welcome to the twenty-first century. 1996;2(12):10-18.

Saladow J. Technology trends in pain management. 1996;3(3):14-22.

Saladow J. History in the making: Health care delivery and pump technology continue to evolve. 1999;5(9):14-51.

Saladow J. Infusion device technologies: Consolidation and change. 2000;6(8):9-39.

Saladow J. Delivery device update. 2002;8(5):32-5.

Saladow J. Trends in ambulatory infusion pumps. 2004;10(4):16-9.

Saladow J. Ambulatory infusion pump technologies: New development and how they might affect alternate site care.2007:13(4);17-22.

Scheckelhoff K. Understanding the dynamics of the integrated health system. 1997;3(7):18-22.

Stewart BR, Warfield GW. Doing what doctors do: Integrating for fun and profit. 1995;1(9):16-19.

Ward M and Elias P. Effective asset management: Why comprehensive pump tracking programs are essential in the alternate-site infusion market. 2010:16(2); 23-8.

Williams TD. Information Systems: Getting it together. 1997;3(5):39-44.