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OhNo! produces multiple reports so you can view the information relating to your inventory, alarm settings, recurring task or production data with only a only a few keystrokes.
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Kit Lists: Creates and prints a customized list of all supplies needed for your next radiopharmaceutical synthesis. The list includes Inventory Tracking Numbers (ITN) of individual items known to be open at synthesis time. Print this report before every synthesis and always be prepared.

Stock Summary Report: Provides a snapshot of your inventory and indicates up to 15 alarm conditions for every stock type.

Stock Alarm Report: Displays the alarm settings for each stock type. Review it occasionally to ensure alarm levels are reasonable.

Deadline Summary Report: Lists deadlines for all known recurring tasks, along with days left and alarm status. It can be a useful aid to planning work schedules and / or assigning resources.

Deadline Alarm Report: Displays current alarm settings for known deadlines. A typical radiopharmaceutical lab may have hundreds of alarm settings, although many can be left at their default values.

Stock Labels: Print automatically when new stock items are received (or when an item's status changes) . Stock labels are fast, neat, waterproof, and accurate. Use them to label all your inventory and stock management will be much easier. Multi-colour label printing now available.

Batch Record (or other pre-production Word documents): Inventory Tracking Numbers (ITNs) and Manufacturers Lot Numbers (MLNs) of all open stock items can be automatically inserted into your Batch Record or other Word documents. Print documents before each synthesis to save precious minutes during the synthesis and to reduce transcription errors.

Synthesis Report (or other post-production Word document): ITNs and MLNs of open stock items, time and activity measurements, and other production and quality control data can be automatically inserted into your Q.C. release documents or other post production Word documents. Print the documents after each synthesis to create a hard copy for your records.