|Welcome to the ISIPS Newsletter||May 3, 2013|
Safer Sharps in a Dangerous World
Syringe reuse is a worldwide problem. So is accidental needlestick injury. Both problems could be dramatically reduced if all syringes were truly and effectively safety-engineered and designed to preclude reuse. In a sense, accidental needlestick injuries are reuse, albeit unintentional. Both intentional syringe reuse and needlestick injuries can transmit hepatitis B virus (HBV), hepatitis C virus (HCV), HIV, and many other bloodborne pathogens from a contaminated donor to a recipient.
|Paramedics count on new tools - The Chronicle Journal|
|STONE: Dispose of home needles and sharps properly - Odessa American|
|Passive Needle Guard features FDA 510(k) clearance. - ThomasNet Industrial News Room (press release)|
|Needlestick safety device - Healthcare Packaging|
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
|Experts advocate for widespread HIV testing - Ct Post|
|Medical Panel: All Americans 15-65 Should Get HIV Test - Boise Weekly|
|Routine HIV testing recommended for most adults - Syracuse.com (blog)|
|HIV 'Cure' Looks Promising, Danish Scientists Say - WebMD|
|Task force calls for routine HIV testing for all adults - NBCNews.com (blog)|
|New Hope For Hepatitis B Patients? - Ivanhoe|
|Jury Selection Progressing in Las Vegas Hepatitis C Case - KLAS-TV|
|Hepatitis C women's support group loses High Court action - Irish Independent|
|Hepatitis C Screenings Offered at Robinson Market District - Patch.com|
|Costs of probe into HIV, hepatitis infection risk from Tulsa dentist top $700000 - Tulsa World|
Patient Safe Syringes
Patient Safe® syringes are uniquely designed to reduce the risk of bloodstream infections resulting from catheter hub contamination. Their unique luer guard reduces the risk of luer tip contact contamination.
It also reduces the risk of contamination of intravenous fluid. Patient Safe® syringes are compatible with most available hypodermic needles, including those with manually activated safety features, vial access devices, and luer-activated catheter hub.
|Texas lawmakers consider bill to bolster West Nile defenses - WFAA|
|West Nile Virus Teen Victim Relapses One Year Later - CBS 11|
|Could The West Nile Return To Harris County - MyFox Houston|
|Health Officials Prepare For West Nile Season - Medical Daily|
|ND pastor paralyzed by West Nile working to overcome virus - AberdeenNews.com|
Unilife Develops Unifill Assure To Enhance Patient Self-Injection Of Biologics
This combination of automatic, user-controlled and fully integrated needle retraction eliminates risks such as needlestick injuries or the...
Kerbside recycling jeopardises safety of Veolia staff
Disgruntled recycle workers at Spreyton are fed up with finding syringes and dirty nappies in recycling collections.These items are jeopardising the safety of workers.
Port Access Infusion Sets – Safety – K-Shield®
K-Shield® Port Access Infusion Sets
JOEY MEDICAL CLAMP UMBILLICAL CORD CUTTER
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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.
B.SAFE NEEDLE SAFETY SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM
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 B.safe syringe system, when properly activated, will shield the exposed needle.
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