|Welcome to the ISIPS Newsletter||January 30, 2015|
|Blood-filled syringe found on junior sports ground - Northern Star|
|City of Port Phillip says used syringes on St Kilda beach 'rare' after young ... - 3AW|
|Risk of blood-borne viruses from sharps injuries continues, report claims - PersonnelToday.com|
|Kaiser Permanente RN's approve new contract after strike - KIONrightnow.com|
|Avoiding 'needlestick' claims - Lexology (registration)|
|30 years later, Minn. doctor still opening doors in fight against AIDS - Minnesota Public Radio News|
|Cops: Man fought officer, said 'Hope you enjoyed that, I'm HIV positive' - WSBT-TV|
|War in Ukraine threatens to worsen HIV crisis - Al Jazeera America|
|Hepatitis B is a hugely misunderstood disease, expert says - Times of India|
|Expensive Hepatitis C Cure Georgia Decides Who Gets It, Who Doesn't - WABE 90.1 FM|
|Proposed Legislation Would Require Baby Boomers to Be Offered Tests for ... - NJ Spotlight|
|Quest in broad deal with CDC for hepatitis analysis - Reuters|
|Senators balk at cost of hepatitis C drug, other mid-year expenses - STLtoday.com|
|Shemek battling back from West Nile - Columbus Telegram|
|2014 stacked up as mild for West Nile in Dallas - Dallas Morning News|
|Min. of Health: 38 Afflicted by West Nile Virus in 2014 - Arutz Sheva|
|West Nile Virus Fast Facts - Gant Daily|
|Springfield Coalition Looks To Curb Drug Abuse in Local Youth - abc40|
|Clarksburg-Harrison Library Educates Area on Drug Abuse - WBOY-TV|
|Local organization raising awareness on dangers of prescription drug abuse - KGNS.tv|
|'Straight Talk' offers truths about drug use - Kane County Chronicle|
|Prescription drug abuse kills hundreds every year in La. - Opelousas Daily World|
|Prescription drug abuse 'epidemic' costing TN taxpayers - WBIR-TV|
|The Epidemic Of Prescription Drug Abuse - Brain Blogger (blog)|
|The UN Wants Another $1 Billion to Fight Ebola - Bloomberg|
|Suspected Ebola patient admitted to California hospital - Reuters|
|A famous Ebola patient who remained anonymous for 20 years - Science AAAS|
|Ebola outbreak: Complacency now a concern - CBC.ca|
|WHO: New Ebola cases drop to lowest level in 7 months - CNN|
|The Ebola Virus Is Mutating, Say Scientists - TIME|
|Do Ebola educators make a difference? - The Guardian|
Qlicksmart BladeSINGLE provides a simply safer way to remove and contain used scalpel blades in sterile operating environments. This world-first single-handed scalpel blade remover prevents the dangerous injuries commonly caused by removing blades with fingers, forceps or re-sheathing techniques.
BladeSINGLE enables single-handed "passive" activation - keeping hands out of harm’s way. The clear casing of the cartridge allows easy and accurate counting.
SAMPLOK ADAPTER CAP
One product that is used to fill blood culture bottles with blood sample is the
SampLok® Adapter Cap from ITL Corporation. It is a versatile device for safe blood sample collection and sample transfer into blood culture bottles and test tubes. With an integrated safety lid, the SampLok
Adapter Cap provides safety to healthcare workers by reducing the risk of needle stick injury. The SampLok Adapter Cap’s flexible design allows sampling with a variety of culture bottles and vacuum test tubes.
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 JC
For more information, contact Bemis Health Care
Products Group at
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.
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