barcoded

bar·code

 (bär′kōd′)
n. also bar code
1. A series of vertical bars of varying widths, in which each of the digits zero through nine are represented by a different pattern of bars that can be read by a laser scanner. The bars are commonly found on consumer products and are used especially for inventory control.
2. A DNA barcode.
tr.v.
1. bar·cod·ed, bar·cod·ing, bar·codes To provide or mark (an item) with a barcode.
2. To DNA barcode.

barcoded

adj
(Commerce) having a barcode
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In addition, labware received by the lab already barcoded and ready for use saves time, money, and space.
It has a simple and intuitive interface, and makes the process of creating, printing barcoded labels, or exporting barcodes as image files in various vector and raster image formats and resolutions easy and quick.
Working closely with our customers it became apparent the need for barcode coversheet generation expanded beyond the Records Management Unit as using barcoded coversheets greatly simplifies the capture of indexing metadata and enables documents to be seamlessly uploaded to a backend system with no user intervention.
Initial trials of the barcoded prescriptions at GP practices revealed the system is more efficient, especially in the way data is collected and processed to pay community pharmacies for the cost of the drugs they dispense.
The Barcode Checker from Weyfringe has been designed to check that product is barcoded and that the barcode is the correct one.
There are specific standards for preparing barcoded letter-size mailpieces mailed at automation rates," states USPS's Memo to Mailers newsletter.
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When we first barcoded our collection ten years ago, we debated about the best location for barcodes," says Wayne Bower, assistant director of the Albuquerque/Bernalillo Library System.
The flag label carries barcoded information about the medication, so that when a dose is drawn into a syringe, the nurse can move half of the repositionable label to the filled syringe.
In these institutions, patients are provided with barcoded identification bracelets, which identify the patient.
Barcoded labels can be printed on most printers across the enterprise (on the network) without additional design work.
TracerPlus ensures comprehensive data capture by matching a patient's barcode-identifying information with barcoded bandages, medications, and assessments administered to that patient.