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1 Average of qty_parlvl omni_stid rx_disp BIE_OR BIE_ORCOR2 BIE_PACU BIS_OR BIS_PACU BIW_OR BIW_ORCOR2 BIW_PACU Grand Total AA Open Fridge AA Used Kits Door AA Used Kits Door Acetaminophen (Liquid) 650mg CUP Acetaminophen (Rectal) 650mg SUPP Acetaminophen 325mg TAB Acetaminophen 500mg TAB Acetaminophen IV 1000mg/100mL 100mL Vial Acetaminophen w/codeine 1TAB TAB Acetaminophen-Caff-Butalbital 1TAB TAB AcetaZOLamide Sodium 500mg VIAL Acetic Acid 3% 500mL BTL Acetic Acid 5% 500mL BTL Acetylcholine Chloride Ophth 20mg 2mL BTL Adenosine 6mg/2mL 2mL VIAL Albumin 5% (12.5 g) 12.5g/250mL 250mL BAG Albuterol 0.083% Neb Soln 1Neb Albuterol Inhaler (ProAir) INH Albuterol Inhaler INH 4 4 ALPRAZolam 0.25mg TAB Alteplase 100mg VIAL Aluminum-Magnesium Hydrox.-Simet 30mL UDCUP Amiodarone (for dilution) 150mg/3mL 3mL Vial 6 6 Amiodarone 150mg/3ml 3mL VIAL Amphetamine-Dextroamphetamine 5mg TAB Amphotericin B 50mg VIAL AMPicillin 1g VIAL AMPicillin 2g VIAL Ampicillin-Sulbactam 3g VIAL Antithrombin III 500units VIAL 2 2 Apraclonidine 0.5% DBTL 5 5 Artificial Tear Ointment TUBE Artificial Tears 15mL DBTL Artificial Tears Preserv. Free 0.4mL SOLN Aspirin (Rectal) 300mg SUPP Aspirin (Rectal) 600mg SUPP Aspirin 325mg TAB Aspirin 81mg TAB Aspirin EC 325mg TAB Aspirin-Caffeine-Butalbital 1TAB CAP Atorvastatin 80mg TAB Atropine Sulfate (Bristojet) 1mg/10mL 10mL SYR Atropine Sulfate Ophth 1% 15mL DBTL 5 5 Bacitracin (in 0.9% Sodium Chloride) 25,000Units 1000mL Bag 2 2 Bacitracin 50000UNITS VIAL Bacitracin 75,000 Unit/ 3000 ml Bag Bacitracin Ointment 15gm TUBE Bacitracin/Polymyxin B Sulfate O 3.5gm TUBE Balanced Salt Opth. Soln 15mL SOLN Belladonna & Opium (16.2/30mg) 1SUPP SUP Benzocaine 20% Spray CAN Betadine 5% Ophthalmic Soln 30mL DBTL Bicitra 30mL CUP

2 Bisacodyl (Rectal) 10mg SUPP Bisacodyl 5mg TAB Botulinum Toxin Type A 100UNIT VIAL Bupivacaine 0.1% 250mL CADD Bupivacaine 0.25% 10mL VIAL 0 0 Bupivacaine 0.25% 30mL VIAL Bupivacaine 0.25%-Epi 1:200,000 P.F. 30mL VIAL Bupivacaine 0.25%-Epi 1:200,000 W/Preserv 50mL VIAL 5 5 Bupivacaine 0.5 %-Epi 1:200,000 30mL VIAL Bupivacaine 0.5% 10mL VIAL Bupivacaine 0.5% 30mL VIAL Bupivacaine 0.75% P.F. 10mL VIAL Buprenorphine 2mg TAB Calcium Chloride (Bristojet) 1gm/10mL 10mL SYR Calcium Gluconate 1g/10mL 10mL VIAL Calcium Gluconate 2g/100mL 100mL BAG 4 4 Carbachol SOLN Carboprost Tromethamine 250mcg VIAL CeFAZolin 1g VIAL CeFAZolin 1g/50mL 50mL BAG CeFAZolin 2g/20mL 20mL SYR CeFAZolin Duplex 2g/50mL 50mL BAG Cefoxitin 2gm Vial CefTRIAXone 1gm VIAL Celecoxib 200mg CAP Cepacol (Sore Throat Lozenge) 1LOZ LOZ Cephalexin 500mg CAP Chlorhexidine Gluconate 15mL CUP Chloroprocaine 2% MPF 20mL VIAL Chondroitin-Sodium Hyaluronate 0.5mL VIAL 0 0 Ciprofloxacin 0.3% Ophth Soln 2.5mL BTL Ciprofloxacin 500mg TAB Ciprofloxacin IV 400mg/200mL 200mL BAG Cisatracurium Besylate 20mg/10mL 10mL VIAL Clevidipine 25mg/50mL 50mL VIAL Clindamycin Phosphate 600mg/4mL 4mL VIAL ClonazePAM 0.5mg TAB ClonazePAM 1mg TAB CloNIDine 0.1mg TAB Clopidogrel 300mg TAB Clopidogrel 75mg TAB Cocaine 4% 4mL SOL Code Cart Lock MISC Codeine 30mg TAB Cortisporin Ophth Susp 7.5mL DBTL Cortisporin Otic Susp 10mL DBTL 3 3 Cyclobenzaprine 10mg TAB Dakins 1/4 Strength (0.125%) BTL Desmopressin Acetate 4mcg/1mL 10mL Vial DEVICE MISC Dexamethasone 4mg TAB Dexamethasone Sod Phosphate 10mg/1mL 1mL VIAL Dexamethasone Sod Phosphate 20mg/5mL 5mL VIAL Dexamethasone Sod Phosphate 4mg/1mL 1mL VIAL Dexmedetomidine 0.2mg/2mL 2mL VIAL Dextran 40 in NACL 10% 500mL BAG Dextrose 50% 25gm/50mL 50mL SYR

3 DEXTROSE 50% 50mL VIAL 3 3 Diazepam 2mg TAB Diazepam 5mg TAB Digoxin 0.5mg/2mL 2mL AMP Diltiazem 25mg/5mL 5mL VIAL 2 2 Diltiazem 50mg/10mL 10mL VIAL DiphenhydrAMINE 25mg CAP DiphenhydrAMINE 25mg CUP 6 6 DiphenhydrAMINE 50mg/1mL 1mL VIAL DOBUTamine 250mg BAG DOBUTamine 250mg/20mL 20mL VIAL Docusate Sodium 100mg CAP DOPamine 400mg BAG DOPamine 400mg/10mL 10mL VIAL Doxycycline Hyclate 100mg CAP Doxycycline Hyclate 100mg VIAL Emla Cream 5gm TUBE 3 3 Enoxaparin Sodium 30mg SYR Enoxaparin Sodium 40mg SYR Ephedrine Sulfate 50mg/1mL 1mL AMP EPINEPHrine (Bristojet) 1mg/10mL 10mL SYR EPINEPHrine (for dilution) 2mg/2mL 2mL 2 2 Epinephrine 1:1000 1mg/1mL 30mL VIAL 5 5 EPINEPHrine 1mg/1mL 1mL AMP EPINEPHrine 200mcg/25mL 25mL SYR EPINEPHrine Auto Injector 0.3mg/0.3mL 0.3mL PEN Erythromycin 0.5% Ophth Oint 1g TUBE Esmolol 100mg/10mL 10mL VIAL Esmolol 2000mg/100mL 100mL Bag Estrogens Conjugated Vag. Cream 30g TUBE Etomidate 20mg/10mL 10mL VIAL Etonogestrel (Nexplanon) 68mg IMPL 2 2 EYE KIT KIT 2 2 Factor 7a recombinant 2000mcg VIAL 2 2 Famotidine (PO) 20mg TAB Famotidine 20mg/50mL 50mL BAG Fat Emulsion 20 % 500mL Bag 2 2 Fat Emulsion 20% 250ml BAG Fentanyl (Pharmacy Compounded) 2.5mg 50mL Bag 2 2 Fentanyl 1000mcg/20mL 20mL VIAL Fentanyl 1000mcg/20mL 20mL Waste 0 0 Fentanyl 100mcg/2mL 2mL AMP Fentanyl 250mcg/5mL 5mL AMP Fentanyl Patch 25mcg/h PTC 4 4 Fluconazole 400mg BAG Flumazenil 0.5mg/5mL 5mL VIAL Fluorescein 100mg/1mL 5mL Vial Fluorescein Strip STRP Furosemide 40mg/4mL 4mL VIAL Gabapentin 100mg CAP Gabapentin 300mg CAP Gabapentin 400mg CAP Gentamicin 20mg/2mL 2mL VIAL Gentamicin 80mg/2mL 2mL VIAL Glucagon 1mg VIAL Glycopyrrolate 0.4mg/2mL 2mL VIAL Glycopyrrolate 1mg/5mL 5mL VIAL

4 GuaiFENesin-CODEINE Phosphate 10mL UDCUP 5 5 Haloperidol 5mg/1mL 1mL VIAL HEMOCUE Q.I. VIAL Heparin 1000unit/1mL 10mL VIAL Heparin 1000unit/1mL 30mL VIAL Heparin Flush (10 Units/mL) 5mL SYR Heparin Flush 100 Unit / ml 5mL SYR Heparin Sodium 10,000UNIT/1mL 1mL VIAL Heparin Sodium 25000UNIT/250mL 250mL BAG Heparin Sodium 5000UNIT/1mL 1mL VIAL Hespan 500mL BAG Hyaluronate 0.55mL SYR 6 6 Hyaluronidase 200UNIT/1mL 1.2mL VIAL HydrALAZINE 20mg/1mL 1mL VIAL Hydrocodone-Acetamin(5mg-325mg) 1TAB TAB Hydrocortisone Cream 1% CREM Hydrocortisone Na Succinate 100mg/2mL 2mL VIAL Hydrom 10mcg/ml*Bupiv 0.1% 250mL CAD Hydrom 20mcg/ml*Bupiv 0.1% 250mL CAD 0 0 HYDROmorphone (Dilaudid) 1mg/1mL 1mL SYR HYDROmorphone (Dilaudid) 2mg TAB HYDROmorphone (Pharmacy Compounded) 20mg 100mL BAG HYDROmorphone PF 2mg/1mL 1mL Waste 0 0 HYDROmorphone-WASTE 20mg 100mL WASTE 0 0 Hydroxypropyl Meth. 2.5% Ophth 15mL DBTL Ibuprofen 400mg TAB Ibuprofen 600mg TAB IdaruCIZUMAB 5g/2Vial 2VIAL KIT 1 1 Indocyanine Green 25mg/10mL 10mL VIAL Indomethacin 25mg CAP Insulin Glargine 100UNIT/1mL 10mL Vial Insulin HumaLOG 100UNIT/1mL 10mL Vial Insulin Human 70/30 100UNIT/1mL 10mL Vial Insulin Human NPH 100UNIT/1mL 10mL Vial Insulin Human Regular 100UNIT/1mL 10mL VIAL Insulin Human Regular 100UNIT/1mL 10mL VIAL* 2 2 Intrauterine Copper Contraceptive 380Sq MM IUD 0 0 Intubation Kit Kit Ipratropium Bromide HFA MDI 5 5 Ipratropium Bromide Neb 1Neb Ipratropium-Albuterol Neb 3mL INH Isosulfan Blue 5mL VIAL Kcentra Kit KIT 1 1 Ketamine (Bag) 100mg/50mL 50mL BAG 0 0 Ketamine (Pharmacy Compounded) 20mg/2mL 2mL SYR Ketamine 200mg/20mL 20mL Vial Ketamine 20mg/2mL 2mL Waste 0 0 Ketamine 500mg/5mL 5mL Vial Ketorolac 15mg/1mL 1mL VIAL Ketorolac 30mg/1mL 1mL VIAL KEYS MISC KEYS, PCA & EPIDURAL KEY 0 0 Labetalol 100mg/20mL 20mL VIAL LACOsamide 200mg TAB 5 5 LevETIRAcetam IVPB Levonorgestrel (Mirena) 20mcg/24Hr IUD Levonorgestrel (Skyla) 14mcg/24Hr IUD 2 2

5 Lidocaine (Bristojet) 100mg/5mL 5mL SYR Lidocaine 0.5% 50mL VIAL Lidocaine 0.5%/Epinephrine 50mL VIAL Lidocaine 1% 20mL VIAL Lidocaine 1% 50mL VIAL 4 4 Lidocaine 1% 5mL Vial Lidocaine 1% P.F. 2mL AMP Lidocaine 1% P.F. 30mL VIAL Lidocaine 1%/Epi 1:100,000 20mL Vial Lidocaine 1%/Epi 1:100,000 50mL VIAL Lidocaine 2% 20mL VIAL Lidocaine 2%/Epi 1:100,000 20mL VIAL Lidocaine 2%/Epi 1:100,000 3mL SYR Lidocaine 2000mg 500mL BAG Lidocaine 4% (PF) 5mL AMP 5 5 Lidocaine 5% Ointment TUBE Lidocaine Jelly 2% (Glydo) 6mL SYR Lidocaine Jelly 2% 5mL TUBE Lidocaine Topical 4% 50mL SOLN Lidocaine Viscous 2% 15mL UDCUP LIVER BOX 1BOX BOX 0 0 LORazepam 0.5mg TAB LORazepam 1mg TAB 5 5 LORazepam 2mg/1mL 1mL SYR Lugols Solution 14mL BTL Magnesium Sulfate (Latex Free) 2gm/50mL 50mL BAG Magnesium Sulfate 1gm/2mL 2mL VIAL Magnesium Sulfate 2gm/50mL 50mL BAG Magnesium Sulfate 5gm/10mL 10mL VIAL Mannitol 12.5gm/50mL 50mL VIAL Mannitol 20% 100g/500mL 500mL BAG Meclizine 12.5mg TAB Meperidine 25mg/1mL 1mL SYR Meperidine 50mg/1mL 1mL SYR Mepivacaine 1% 30mL VIAL 5 5 Mepivacaine 2% 20mL VIAL 8 8 Meropenem 500mg VIAL Methadone (Dispersible Tablet) 40mg TAB 5 5 Methadone 10mg TAB Methadone 5mg TAB Methadone INJ 10mg/1mL 1mL SYR 0 0 Methadone Oral Liquid 10mg/5mL 5mL SYR 4 4 Methylene Blue 0.5% 10mL AMP Methylene Blue 1% (Compounded) 1mL VIAL 9 9 Methylene Blue 1% 10mg/1mL 10mL VIAL Methylergonovine Maleate 0.2mg TAB 5 5 Methylergonovine Maleate 0.2mg/1mL 1mL AMP MethylPHENIDATE (Ritalin) 10mg TAB MethylPHENIDATE (Ritalin) 5mg TAB 5 5 MethylPREDNISolone Acetate 40mg/1mL 1mL VIAL MethylPREDNISolone Sodium Succ 1000mg VIAL MethylPREDNISolone Sodium Succ 125mg VIAL MethylPREDNISolone Sodium Succ 40mg VIAL MethylPREDNISolone Sodium Succ 500mg VIAL Metoclopramide 10mg TAB Metoclopramide 10mg/2mL 2mL VIAL Metoprolol Tartrate 25mg TAB 8 8

6 Metoprolol Tartrate 50mg TAB Metoprolol Tartrate 5mg/5mL 5mL VIAL MetroNIDAZOLE (Flagyl) 500mg TAB MetroNIDAZOLE (Flagyl) 500mg/100mL 100mL BAG MetroNIDAZOLE 1% TUBE Microplegia Solution Set SET Midazolam 100mg/100mL 100mL WASTE Midazolam 2mg/2mL 2mL Vial Midazolam 5mg/1mL 1mL Vial Midazolam 5mg/1mL 1mL WASTE 0 0 Milk Of Magnesia 30mL CUP Milrinone Lactate 20mg/100mL 100mL BAG Milrinone Lactate 20mg/20mL 20mL VIAL Mineral Oil (Sterile) 10mL VIAL Misoprostol 200mcg TAB Morphine (Immediate Release) 15mg TAB Morphine PF 0.5mg/1mL 10mL AMP Morphine SR (MS Contin) 15mg TAB Morphine Sulfate (Oral Soln.) 10mg/5mL 5mL CUP Morphine Sulfate (Pharmacy Compounded) 100mg 100mL BAG Morphine Sulfate 10mg/1mL 1mL SYR Morphine Sulfate 10mg/1mL 1mL Vial Morphine Sulfate 2mg/1mL 1mL SYR Morphine Sulfate 4mg/1mL 1mL VIAL Mupirocin Ointment 2% 22g Tube Mycophenolate Mofetil 500mg TAB Nafcillin 1gm Vial Naloxone 0.04mg/1mL 10mL KIT Naloxone 0.4mg/1mL 1mL AMP Neomycin/Polymyxin B Sulfate 1mL AMP Neomycin/Polymyxin/Dexameth Opht DBTL Neomycin-Polymyxin-Dexameth Opht 3.5gm TUBE Neosporin GU Irrigant 250mL BAG neostigmine 10mg/10mL 10mL VIAL Neostigmine Methylsulfate 3mg/3mL 3mL SYR NiCARdipine IV 2.5mg/1mL 10mL Vial NiCARdipine IV 40mg/200mL 200mL BAG 3 3 Nitroglycerin (400 mcg/ml) 8mg/20mL 20mL SYR Nitroglycerin 100mg/250mL 250mL BTL Nitroglycerin 50mg/10mL 10mL VIAL 2 2 Nitroglycerin Ointment 2% 1gm PKT Nitroglycerin SL 0.3mg BTL Nitroglycerin SL 0.4mg BTL Nitroprusside Sodium (for dilution) 50mg VIAL 2 2 Nitroprusside Sodium 50mg VIAL NORepinephrine ((for dilution) 8mg KIT 3 3 Norepinephrine 4mg/4mL 4mL Vial Norepinephrine 800mcg/25mL 25mL SYR Octreotide Acetate 500mcg/1mL 1mL VIAL Ondansetron 4mg TAB Ondansetron 4mg/2mL 2mL VIAL ORTHOPEDIC SOLUTION 1000mL BTL Oxybutynin 5mg TAB OxyCODONE (Immediate Release) 15mg TAB OxyCODONE (Immediate Release) 5mg TAB OxyCODONE Liquid 5mg/5mL 5mL CUP OxyCODONE SR (OxyCONTIN) 10mg TAB

7 OxyCODONE SR (OxyCONTIN) 40mg TAB Oxycodone-Acetaminophen 1TAB TAB Oxymetazoline 0.05% 15mL SPBL Oxytocin 10UNIT/1mL 1mL VIAL Oxytocin 20UNIT/1000mL 1000mL BAG 3 3 Pantoprazole 40mg TAB Pantoprazole Sodium 40mg VIAL 5 5 Papaverine 60mg/2mL 2mL Vial Penicillin G Potassium 5MU VIAL Phenazopyridine 100mg TAB PHENObarbital 65mg/1mL 1mL Vial 5 5 PHENObarbital Oral Soln 20mg/5mL 5mL SOLN 6 6 Phentolamine Mesylate 5mg VIAL PHENYLEPHrine (for dilution) 60mg/6mL 6 6 PHENYLEPHrine (VialMate) 50mg/250mL 250mL NS 2 2 Phenylephrine 10 % Ophth Soln DBTL PHENYLEPHrine 100mcg/1mL 10mL SYR PHENYLEPHrine 10mg/1mL 1mL VIAL Phenylephrine 2.5 % Ophth Soln 15mL DBTL PHENYLEPHrine 50mg/5mL 5mL VIAL PHENYLEPHrine 6mg/25mL 25mL SYR Phenytoin Sodium 250mg/5mL 5mL VIAL 4 4 Pilocarpine 4% 15mL DBTL Piperacillin-Tazobactam 4.5g vial Potassium Chloride (Powder) 20mEq PKT Potassium Chloride 10mEq TAB Potassium Chloride 10mEq/100mL 100mL IVPB Potassium Chloride 20mEq/50mL 50mL IVPB Pregabalin 25mg CAP Pregabalin 75mg CAP Prochlorperazine 10mg VIAL Prochlorperazine Maleate 10mg TAB Promethazine 25mg/1mL 1mL AMP Proparacaine 0.5% Opth. 15mL SOLN 5 5 Propofol 1000mg/100mL 100mL VIAL Propofol 200mg/20mL 20mL VIAL Protamine Sulfate 250mg/25mL 25mL VIAL Protamine Sulfate 50mg/5mL 5mL VIAL Racepinephrine 0.5mL Neb Remifentanil 1mg Vial Rifampin 600mg VIAL Rocuronium 100mg/10mL 10mL Vial Ropivacaine 0.2 % 250mL CADD 2 2 Ropivacaine 0.2% 100mL VIAL Ropivacaine 0.2% 2mg/1mL 20mL AMP Ropivacaine 0.5% 100mL VIAL 3 3 Ropivacaine 0.5% 5mg/1mL 20mL AMP RX PAD-GREEN BLN SAFE KEY MISC Scopolamine Patch 1PTCH PTCH Senna 8.6mg TAB Sildenafil 20mg TAB 0 0 Silver Sulfadiazine 1% Cream 20gm Tube Silver Sulfadiazine 1% Cream 50gm JAR Simethicone 80mg TAB Sodium Bicarbonate 50mEq/50mL 50mL VIAL Sodium Bicarbonate 8.4% 50mEq/50mL SYR

8 Sodium Chloride 0.9% (P.F.) 10mL VIAL Sodium Chloride 0.9% 50mL VIAL STANDARD ANESTHESIA BOX BOX Sterile Water 10mL VIAL Succinylcholine 200mg/10mL 10mL VIAL Succinylcholine 20mg/1mL 5mL SYR SUFentanil citrate 100mcg/2mL 2mL AMP SUFentanil citrate 250mcg/5mL 5mL AMP Sufentanil Citrate 50mcg/1mL 1mL AMP Sugammadex 200mg/2mL 2mL VIAL Sugammadex 500mg/5mL 5mL VIAL Sulfanilamide 15% Cream 4OZ TUBE Talc (Sterile) 5gm VIAL 0 0 Tamsulosin 0.4mg CAP Tetracaine 0.5% (Ophth) 4mL DBTL Thrombin Topical 5000UNIT VIAL TiCAGRELOR 90mg TAB Timolol Maleate 0.5% 5mL DBTL Tobramycin 0.3% Ophth Soln DBTL 6 6 Tobramycin Sulfate 1.2gm VIAL Tobramycin-Dexamethasone Ophth O 3.5gm OINT Tobramycin-Dexamethasone Ophth S 2.5mL SUSP TraMADol (Ultram) 50mg TAB Tranexamic Acid 100mg/1mL 10mL Amp TraZODone 50mg TAB Triamcinolone Acet. PF (Triesence) 40mg/1mL 1mL VIAL Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.1% Cre TUBE Triamcinolone Acetonide 10mg/1mL 5mL VIAL Triamcinolone Acetonide 40mg/1mL 1mL VIAL Tropicamide 1 % 3mL DBTL 1 1 Trypan Blue 0.06% 0.5mL SYR Tulip solution (special) BAG 0 0 Tulip solution BAG 0 0 Vancomycin 1000mg VIAL Vancomycin 1000mg/200mL 200mL BAG Vancomycin 500mg *VIAL Vancomycin 750mg/150mL 150mL BAG Vasopressin (for dilution) 40units/2mL 2mL Vasopressin 20UNITS/1mL 1mL VIAL Verapamil 5mg/2mL 2mL VIAL VIASPAN 1000mL BAG Zolpidem Tartrate 5mg TAB Grand Total

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