|Welcome to the ISIPS Newsletter||April 17, 2015|
|PerIPheral i.v. catheter market to grow at a CAGR of 8.08% between year 2015 to 2018 shared in new research report|
|Europe infusion therapy devices market is driven by an aging population|
|Needlestick Injury Prevention a High Priority for U.S. Hospitals; Safety Needle Trend Dominates U.S. Syringe and Needle Market|
|Local boy finds used needle|
|Staff Infections: What to Do When Exposed in the ER|
|Physician Safe After Ebola Needlestick, Experimental Vaccine|
|Prevention of Needlestick Injuries Can Save U.S. Healthcare System More Than $1 Billion Annually|
VanishPoint® Blood Collection Set
The VanishPoint® Blood Collection Set, from Retractable Technologies, Inc., features automated in-vein retraction that effectively reduces the risk of needlestick injuries and blood exposure. The safety mechanism is activated by depressing a retraction trigger that is located near the finger-grip area. This allows for easy one-handed activation, without changes in hand position, while reducing the risk of inadvertent activation. The needle is retracted directly from the patient, virtually eliminating exposure to the contaminated needle.
|NIH-supported clinical trial to test statin use in patients with HIV-related cardiovascular disease|
|Research informs HIV treatment policy for inmates|
|Surge of HIV in Indiana Shows Value of Syringe Exchange|
|UD research informs HIV treatment policy for inmates|
|Stop HIV stigmatization and discrimination - Rev Azumah|
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.
|AbbVie Inc’s Investigational HCV Drug Wins Priority Review In Japan|
|No link between blueberries and hepatitis, government says amid health scare|
|All you need to know about Hepatitis C|
|Dozens Get Vaccinated For Hepatitis A In Morrilton|
|Arkansas Subway employee may have exposed diners to Hepatitis A|
|Resurgence of hepatitis C in Mass.|
|Hepatitis drug earns U of A researcher prestigious health award|
|How do you get Hepatitis A anyway?|
|Rancher: Bull lost to West Nile; medical community uncertain|
|West Nile virus detected in Goleta|
|Record Number of West Nile Deaths in 2014 Linked to Climate Change|
|Area prepares for West Nile surge|
|Ongoing drought may dry out hope for less West Nile Virus activity in 2015|
|Vaccinate Horses Against West Nile Virus Now|
|The Drought Is Behind California's Skyrocketing West Nile Virus Numbers|
|California saw record number of deaths from West Nile virus in 2014|
|Stopping teen substance abuse takes a village|
|First Nations to get prescription drug abuse funds | Video|
|Hopi Jr./Sr. High students hear about dangers of drug and alcohol use|
|Do no harm: Police, hospitals work in tandem to fight prescription drug abuse|
|Substance Abuse Prevention Program in Port Washington|
|Drug abuse topic of Currier panel|
|Matters of Substance: Maximizing your role as an influencer of teens|
|Senators Baldwin and Markey Combat Prescription Drug Abuse Crisis|
|CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH: Drugs top problem in most neglect cases|
|New tool to diagnose Ebola uncovers some surprises|
|Ebola patient at NIH in Bethesda upgraded to good condition|
|Ebola-hit Sierra Leone arrests 13 at unsafe burial: police|
|American With Ebola is Better|
|Ebola Vaccine 2015: Guinea Seen As Best Hope For Preventative Drug Trials, But Time Is Running Out|
|Research and Markets: Ebola: Threat, Challenge, and Response: A PPE Perspective 2015|
|Ebola: media ‘overlooked Africa's role in combating crisis’|
|Sierra Leone's Kailahun district records first Ebola case in months|
Punctur-Guard Wing Sets
We've adapted our internal blunting technology to the Punctur-Guard Safety Winged Set! This allows the needle to be blunted while still inside the patient's vein, protecting the vessel and eliminating exposure during needle withdrawal.
The one-handed activation technique allows for undistracted care to be given to the venipuncture site at all times. Available in 19G, 21G, 23G, and 25G - Please see the product brochure for full ordering information.
GREINER BIO-ONE SAFETY PRODUCTS - VENOUS BLOOD COLLECTION
In the healthcare sector sharps injuries account for most work-related transmissions of infectious diseases, whereby needlestick injuries present by far the greatest risk. More than 50% of all registered cases concern nursing staff, followed by doctors and laboratory staff.
However, needlestick injuries need not be an occupational risk. By using VACUETTE® Safety Products, this danger can be virtually eliminated.
Furthermore, by working with VACUETTE® Safety products you are compliant with criteria given in the EU Directive (EU 2010/32).
Controlling liquid infectious waste continues to present multiple challenges. As regulations tighten and operating costs rise, it’s important to find a safe,
cost-effective solution that’s affordable and provides minimal environmental impact. The QUICK-DRAIN™ Systems from Bemis simply and effectively address your challenges, from staff safety to regulatory compliance to cost-effective disposal of liquid infectious waste.
BABYLANCE SAFETY HEELSTICK
The babyLance™ safety heelstick from MediPurpose™ was developed with more than 10 years of proven product development expertise, leveraging the advanced thinking behind our SurgiLance™ safety lancet. The result is a precise, safe and consistent heel incision device specifically designed for babies.
Performance You Will Appreciate
The proprietary spring design provides a swift pendulum action of the cutting blade that makes a gentle incision and complies with CLSI LA4-A5 guidelines.
Easy on You and Baby
The industry's easiest trigger reduces finger pressure and activation distance for improved stability and incision quality, which greatly minimizes the risk of bruising.
Fits Your Hand Like a Glove
Designed with you in mind. Ergonomically, the dimples give you a secure grip. While functionally, the device cradles the baby's foot for stability and reduced rock, with visual markings that enable better alignment and a more accurate incision.
The Perfect Incision Every Time
The innovative spring design controls the consistency of the depth and width of the incision for better blood flow, without touching the baby's tender nerve fibers.
No-Cost Product Samples
Contact us for no-cost samples!
Packaging your drug in a prefillable syringe with a safety feature will provide protection for health care workers and patients against accidental needlestick injuries. The NovaGuard SA (Staked-needle Automatic) syringe system can be deployed using a single-handed technique to shield the exposed needle.
· Mitigates glass flange breakage
· Bulk packaging enables automated assembly
· Designed to prevent pre-activation
· Uses standard plunger rods
· Tamper resistant
To learn more about using the NovaGuard SA syringe system for your drug product, or for information on any of West’s injectable drug packaging or delivery system technologies, click here.
*For investigational use only by our pharmaceutical and biotechnology development partners. West markets the NovaGuard SA technology as an integrated system. Final assembly is completed by the pharmaceutical company.
West and the diamond logo and NovaGuard™ are trademarks or registered s of West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. in the United States and other jurisdictions.
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