Robert C. Bogash: Gadgeteer and hospital pharmacist extraordinaire

January 2010
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;1/15/2010, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p154
Academic Journal
The article presents information on the life and achievements of hospital pharmacist Robert C. Bogash. He enlisted in the Army at the age of 17 and also participated in World War II. He became a pharmacist after being injured in the war. He studied pharmacy at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. He had created an unit dose system that produces medication packages labeled with the trade name, generic name, and control number to be given to specific patients.


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