|Welcome to the ISIPS Newsletter||September 5, 2014|
|Ebola - CDC Director Rallies Health Workers - AllAfrica.com|
|Gadget Report: Needle-Free Flu Shots and a Pacemaker That's Really a Rolex - Healthline|
|Try Blood First for Ebola Crisis, WHO Says - NBCNews.com|
|CDC's Frieden On Ebola Outbreak in West Africa - AllAfrica.com|
|Her Doctor Said No to Her HIV Protection - Daily Beast|
|Winston-Salem State Hosts AIDS/HIV Conference - WFMY News 2|
|Fighting HIV stigma - U-T San Diego|
|AP Photos: HIV Patients in Myanmar Struggle - ABC News|
|HIV exposure cases head to court, stoke debate - Chicago Tribune|
|Gates Foundation awards $25 million to HIV vaccine research - Fox News|
|HIV cases in Austin continue to climb - KXAN.com|
|Letter: Hepatitis C and baby boomers -- everybody should get tested - NJ.com|
|Hepatitis E cases on the rise in Lakes state - Sudan Tribune|
|Doctors Battle Insurers for Access to Pricey Hepatitis C Drugs - Healthline|
|Federal judge dismisses Exeter Hospital's hepatitis C lawsuit - Seacoastonline.com|
|Booming | Learn the ABCs of hepatitis - The Courier-Journal|
|What you need to know about Hepatitis B - Philippine Star|
|DHH: 2 new West Nile deaths this week - Shreveport Times|
|Harris County experiences record number of West Nile Virus cases - KPRC Houston|
|Person hospitalized with first human case of West Nile this year in Onondaga ... - The Post-Standard - syracuse.com|
|Nassau reports year's 1st human case of West Nile on Long Island - Newsday|
|West Nile Virus detected at record levels - Martinez News-Gazette|
|West Nile strikes Tallahassee resident Bob Lotane - Tallahassee.com|
|Long Beach reports its first West Nile virus death of 2014 - Los Angeles Times|
|In the battle against West Nile virus, people sometimes are the pests - Los Angeles Times|
Tulip Safety Fistula Needle
Features of the clear, patented TULIP safety needle protector:
|National Recovery Month: Those With Substance Abuse Problems Rarely Seek ... - Design & Trend|
|GUEST ESSAY: Nar-Anon offers parents outlet for children's drug abuse - Glens Falls Post-Star|
|Drug-policy negotiations ongoing between NFL and players' union - Washington Post|
|US grant will help drug abuse prevention, law enforcement agencies monitor ... - GazetteNET|
|Residents converge on local teen drug use - Glendale News Press|
|CSRA Prescription Drug Abuse Take Back Day Information - WJBF-TV|
|Flower Mound nonprofit releases documentary on teen drug abuse, recovery - Dallas Morning News|
|Churches join call for prayer to fight drug abuse in Appalachia - Columbus Dispatch|
|Prescription drug abuse summit set Tuesday - Columbus Ledger-Enquirer|
|Health|In Move to Curb Drug Abuse, DEA Tightens Rule on Widely Prescribed ... - New York Times|
|Monkey Study: Ebola Vaccine Works, Needs Booster - ABC News|
|Ebola has up to an 18% chance of coming to America. Here's why you don't ... - Vox|
|American Doctor With Ebola 'Slightly Improved' - ABC News|
|Ebola virus precautions added to back-to-school advice on campus - CBC.ca|
|Ebola outbreak: Rick Sacra, American doctor, in stable condition - Fox News|
|Nigeria in the Time of Ebola - New York Times|
|Sierra Leone plans nationwide lockdown to stop spread of Ebola - CNN|
|From Bad to Worse With Ebola - New York Times|
|Sierra Leone to Impose 3-Day Ebola Quarantine - New York Times|
|Faith, Medicine or ZMapp? What Cured The Ebola Patients? - NBCNews.com|
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.
A safe, easy and effective solution for obtaining a fingerstick blood samples!
The SurgiLance™ safety lancet from MediPurpose™ is a single-use needlestick device known for its safety, comfort and ease of use.
Safe and Easy to Use
SurgiLance™ safety lancets were explicitly designed t
o safely and easily deliver remarkably smooth incisions that minimize trauma to patients' fingers.
Unlike traditional lancets—and for that matter, some safety lancets—that requiring “arming” (inserting a needle into the device), SurgiLance™ is “pre-armed” and only requires five simple steps to operate.
Retractable Needles and Blades
The SurgiLance™ passive safety mechanism automatically activates after the device is used, requiring no action on the part of the user. After activation, the single-use device cannot be used again.
Seven Color-Coded Models
SurgiLance™ safety lancets are available in seven gauges and penetration depths, all of which provide identical safety and reliability.
No-Cost Product Samples
Click here to evaluate SurgiLance™ for free!
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