|Welcome to the ISIPS Newsletter||July 11, 2014|
|Intravenous drug users warned on hepatitis C peril - Hong Kong Standard|
|American Red Cross Blood Drive - KAGS News|
|Hepatitis B infections in Kenya surpass HIV - The Standard Digital News|
|Special birthday present: Stem cell donor returns to Goltry - Enid News & Eagle|
|Tracking the feet that travel the globe - USA TODAY|
|Wayne County holds hazardous waste collection event - Hometownlife.com|
|HIV home-tests ban lifted but patience required for an accurate result - The Guardian|
|Darren Chiacchia trial on HIV-related charge pushed back to fall - Ocala|
|Whose HIV Is It, Anyway?: Tiger Mandingo and Viral Responsibility - Gawker|
|David Furnish praises MPs for undertaking HIV tests - PinkNews.co.uk|
|Complaint Says Insurance Plans Discriminate Against HIV Patients - WABE 90.1 FM|
|Cuomo announces plan to reduce HIV infections - Legislative Gazette|
|Opinion: Don't let insurers degrade HIV coverage - MiamiHerald.com|
|It's time to bring HIV prevention drugs out of the closet - MSNBC|
|Study: Small percentage of hepatitis C patients got through past treatments - Newsworks.org|
|Treatment for hepatitis C changing lives - Houston Chronicle|
|Courts still sorting blame in hepatitis C outbreak case linked to Michigan ... - Detroit Free Press|
|Despite ridicule, Egypt pushes ahead with AIDS, hepatitis 'cure' - Los Angeles Times|
|First cases of West Nile virus of 2014 show up in Livingston Parish - The Advocate|
|First Human Case of West NIle Reported In Texas - KBTX|
|DHH: First cases of West Nile Virus found - Belleville News Democrat|
|West Nile virus returns to Minnesota, Steele County residents encouraged to ... - Southernminn.com|
|Tracking West Nile Virus in Indiana - WTHR|
|Heavy rain keeps West Nile at bay - GoErie.com|
|Be aware of West Nile virus - Bismarck Tribune|
|Driven by Prescription Drug Abuse, Heroin Use Increases Among Suburban and ... - JAMA_ The Journal of the American Medical Association|
|Kansas selected for program to reduce prescription drug abuse - KHI News Service|
|90 Percent of Non-Pot Smokers in ER are Problem Drug Users: Study - Headlines & Global News|
|Prescription drug abuse: What we don't know can hurt us - Your Houston News|
|Pembroke resident provides impetus for battling drug abuse - Wicked Local|
|Voluntary Drug Rehab: China's New Anti-Drug Abuse Strategy - Chinatopix|
|Solutions sought for 'tidal wave' of heroin and other drug abuse - Times Herald-Record|
|Long road to drug addiction - Glens Falls Post-Star|
|Prescription drug abuse a major problem among Oklahoma nurses - NewsOK.com|
Qlicksmart CASSETTE 3in1 - Features & Benefits
SHARPSSENTINEL WALL CABINET SYSTEM
The SharpSentinel™ Wall Cabinet System secure sharps containers in a sturdy locked enclosure. SharpSentinel™ wall cabinets are perfect for use in patient rooms, exam rooms, physician and dentist offices, and any other areas where staff supervision is limited. Designed to protect staff from accidental needlesticks, this new system complies with all OSHA, NIOSH, CDC, and JCAHO requirements.
For more information, contact Bemis Health Care Products Group at
SAFETY SUBCULTURE UNIT
The Safety SubCulture Unit (SCU) is a sharps safety device used to obtain samples from positive blood culture bottles. Needleless sampling reduces risk of needlestick injury.
The plastic tip safely pierces the bottle septum and makes it easy to insert and remove from the culture bottle. The integrated filter cap controls gas or culture discharge for an added level of safety.
Acti-Lance single-use lancets have been designed for capillary blood sampling and the device is an integral component to the sharps-injury prevention programs in hospitals, clinics, laboratories, doctor’s offices and wherever patients and professionals have to feel safe.
Acti-Lance is very easy to handle and its intuitive top button activation minimizes training for new users.
By using the Acti-Lance safety lancets you can easily eliminate needle stick injures and cross infection.
EASY TO HANDLE
Intuitive activation, low firing force, no lancet loading required, 3 step operation only
Ultra sharp and silicone coated needle, double spring mechanism to eliminate needle vibrations
SUFFICIENT TO LANCE ONCE
Different color-coded versions, right needle exposure length, adequate blood flow
Truly disposable, self-destructive device, sterilized, reliable sterility protector
Acti-Lance safety lancets are available in three different color-coded versions to meet specific blood sample size applications and address a variety of skin types.
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