Search

Blood Splash Protection

OSHA has recommended that healthcare workers protect themselves from biohazardous splashes, aerosols, and sprays. One method of doing this is by using transparent shields that can limit bloodborne pathogen exposures
 
Magni-Guard
 
 
 
 
 
 
This is a surgical splash guard splash prevention system that helps solve splashing before it becomes a bigger problem.
The Magni-Guard has been specifically designed to reduce the need for other costly protective products.
  • Its lightweight clear quality plastic provides good visualization with no distortion.
  • It has reinforced ribs and side walls for splash entrapment and stability for those procedures where it counts.
  • The long handle helps reduce splashing on gloves that may have pinholes.
  • There is the option of adding reinforced absorbable towels for wiping off the guard surface as necessary.
  • Our products meet and exceed OSHA, CDC, JCAHO and AORN standards. We suggest that you comply with current OSHA laws pertaining to Sharps Safety in Surgery by using our sharps safety products to avoid being cited by for repeated sharps safety violations.
For further information, please contact:
Advanced Medical Innovations
Mission Industrial Park
8741 Shirley Avenue, Northridge, CA
91324 USA
Phone: (818) 701-7180   (888) 367-2641
Fas: (818) 701-9708     EFax: (818) 350-5738
Safety Shield™
Safety Features and Benefits:
The Safety Shield™ reduces exposure to blood, chemicals and blood borne pathogens.

The Safety Shield™ protects health care professionals and laboratory technicians from blood splashes, aerosols and sprays. This portable shield reduces exposure to blood, chemicals and blood borne pathogens.

This portable shield is flexible for maneuverability, and it is a non-obtrusive alternative to personal protective equipment. Safety Shield™ is easy to dismantle, clean, pack and transport and can be used on any surface. A clamp model is available for versatility.
 



Splash Guard
Safety Features and Benefits:
The splash guard has a handle that a nurse can hold with one hand protecting the palm of her hand and the faces of the practitioners from blood splashing while the surgeon is operating.
It is well documented that 50% of gloves have pin holes at the end of the procedure thus exposing the nurses to blood borne pathogens.
 
Medegen
The Splash Guard is a clear sterile plastic shield that replaces petri dishes to prevent splashing during surgical procedures. It is used by surgeons during shunt replacement for kidney dialysis patients. The guard prevents the splashing of blood once the clamps are removed from the vein. Orthopedic Surgeons will use it to prevent splashing or bone fragments during procedures.
 
Face-it™ Shields
The FACE-IT™ Face Shields:
 
  • Meet OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogen Regulations
  • Provide Flat Viewing Area
  • Minimizes Glare and Distortion
  • Crystal Clear Plastic
  • Anti-Fog Coating
  • Comfortable Foam Headpiece
  • Provides Eye Protection
FACE-IT full face shields
 
FACE-IT shields provide OSHA level protection against splash of bodily fluids to the face for the medical, dental and emergency medical healthcare workers.  Non-medical shield uses are for non-impact protection such as keeping paint, dust, dirt and oil off your face and eye glasses. FACE-IT has a patented flat viewing area and a comfortable foam barrier which molds to the forehead for extra protection.
 
Model 16000
Two models of a full face shield are available. 

Standard model 16000 features a patented flat viewing surface
to minimize glare and distortion.

 
 
 
DRAPE Shield, model 18000,
adds a fluid barrier fabric to bottom
of shield to protect upper neck
and chin area from splash under shield.
FACE-IT shields are packaged 50 to a dispenser box,
2 dispenser boxes to a carton (100 shields per carton).
Contact Onyx Medical for more details.
 
 
 
Fluid Barrier Fabric Drapes Under
Shield Covering Chin
Fabric has Velcro-like Closure
Under Chin for Splash Protection
 
 
LOW COST
1-800-333-5773
 
Are you aware of a sharps safety product or service that should be showcased in this sharps safety category?
 
If so, please send information to info@isips.org