The indispensable tool for dispensing medicine®
Struggling with hard-to-open medications for your patients? Meet RXIT™, an innovative tool that will allow you to effortlessly open sealed medications, packaging, bottles, and more with a quick poke, twist, and pull. It’s lightweight plastic design means no risk of injury from sharp blades! By streamlining the pill removal process, RXIT™ promises to save valuable time so you can focus on doing what you do best — caring for your patients.
Its frustration-free convenience doesn't stop at medical use. From cleaning supplies and personal care products to food and household pantry items, this versatile tool will literally open up your world.
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Designed for safety and use where sharp objects are prohibited.
✓ Treatment facilities
✓ Rehabilitation centers
✓ Assisted living centers
✓ Urgent care clinics
✓ Veterinary clinic
✓ Occupational therapy
Why Our Customers Love This Tool
Simple to Use
Effortlessly open sealed medications with a quick poke, twist, and pull.
An alternative to sharp blades, this lightweight plastic tool helps prevent injuries for the safest opening experience.
Easy to Clean
The tool’s design allows for easy cleaning, keeping it hygienic and ready for the next use.
Lightweight and Portable
A compact design makes this tool easy to carry and with a convenient hole to easily attach it to your lanyard.
RXIT™ provides an alternative to using your hands or fingernails to open a variety of products. Minimizes contact with surfaces and reducing the risk of contamination.
The innovative design allows for placement of custom logos. You can send them home with patients, assisting with their continuation of care or personalize them for use at your facility, or as a promotional tool.
Sober since 2016, carter johnson came up with the idea for this tool while receiving treatment in a treatment center. Observing and talking to the nurses about the difficulty of opening multiple medications for numerous clients at the same time and not being able to use scissors, blades or sharp objects of any kind, she came up with the idea for a lightweight, plastic tool that would assist them dispensing daily medications for multiple clients in a residential treatment setting.