Use Boyue Medical Trash Bin to properly dispose of medical waste

Unlike household waste, medical waste is likely to cause the spread of viruses and serious biological hazards if not handled properly. So, what is the correct way to dispose of medical waste? Today’s article Boyue will introduce it to you in detail. 1. According to the type of medical waste, medical waste should be placed in a package or container that meets the standards, such as needles and other sharps, which should be placed in a sharps box 2. Before

How do you put a needle into a sharps box? Sharps injury prevention

Medical treatment is inseparable from sharps, whether it is surgery or simple infusion, it is closely related to sharps. As a highly damaging instrument, sharps are easy to cause harm to the user, so sharps injury prevention measures must be done well. 1. During the use of sharps (1) Wear gloves when performing various operations related to blood, body fluids, secretions, and excretion. If necessary, if the skin of the hands is broken, people with HIV may wear double gloves.

What should be done if the sharps box is knocked over and stabbed?

Yesterday, the editor saw this question: the nurse of the physical examination department accidentally knocked over the sharps box, and the needle pierced the physical examiner, in addition to drawing blood to track the physical examiner, what measures should be taken? Therefore, Boyue will share his thoughts with you here today, if there is any incorrect, I hope you can leave a message to discuss. First, the tracking and prevention of bloodborne pathogens. This is easy to think of as

When should the Boyue Sharp box be sealed?

Do you know when the Boyue Sharp Box should be sealed? Do sharps boxes need to indicate the production department and date of use? Boyue will answer your doubts today. Hope this article can help you. First of all, the sharps box closure refers to the red rotating disc on the rotating top cover to lock the sharps inlet. Common clinical errors in the use of sharps are: the use process does not press the lid and the box body

Do you have these misunderstandings about the use of Boyue sharp weapon box?

Sharps box is a tool that clinical nurses must use every day, this small sharps box, you may think that it is nothing, but on this small sharps box does contain great knowledge, this no, the author went to the clinical department to check the ward, found many misunderstandings in the use of sharps box, everyone jointly to find fault: 1. Place the sharps box on the treatment table and the lower level of the treatment cart Placing the box

Can sharps and trash cans be placed in the treatment room?

Do you sometimes wonder: Can garbage cans and sharps boxes be placed in the treatment room? Does used medical waste need to be disposed of elsewhere? Today Boyue company will share relevant information for you. First of all, we need to clarify the concept of the treatment room, which is a place for patients to carry out treatment operations, such as intra-articular injection, intrathecal injection, bone puncture, lumbar puncture, chest puncture, dressing change, etc. In addition, the treatment room also

Standardize the use of Boyue sharps boxes to reduce medical sharps injuries

Due to the nature of medical work, sharps injuries are one of the most common causes of bloodborne STDs in healthcare workers. Sharps boxes are protective containers for storing medical sharps, and proper use of sharps boxes can effectively reduce the incidence of sharps injuries in the operator. Boyue Company summarized several phenomena of irregular use of sharps boxes from clinical practice, as well as measures to standardize the use of sharps boxes. 1. Common misunderstandings 1.1 The sharp weapon

Do medical waste collection bins have to have lids? How to use medical waste collection bins correctly

I don’t know when the medical waste collection buckets of medical institutions have been covered with lids, and they will also be mentioned in the relevant training courseware, and even as a part of the hospital infection quality control inspection. Some people suggest that garbage cans with lids are inconvenient to use, especially in the dressing room, and the lids are also easy to pollute and are not easy to clean and disinfect. Do medical trash cans have to be

Boyue Medical Trash can helps medical waste separation2

As we all know, medical waste includes five categories, infectious waste, injury waste, pharmaceutical waste, chemical waste, and pathological waste. In the previous article, we analyzed the treatment methods of infectious waste and injury waste, and in today’s article, Boyue will share the treatment methods and detailed classification of several other medical wastes, hoping to help you. 1. Pharmaceutical waste (expired, eliminated, deteriorated or contaminated waste drugs. These include the following: (1) Bulk discarded general drugs, such as: antibiotics, over-the-counter

Boyue helps with the classification of medical waste

The management of medical waste is often considered to have no technical content, but it directly affects our living environment, only by strictly handling every detail can we truly and effectively prevent the spread of pathogenic microorganisms and avoid pollution to the environment. So how exactly to deal with it? Boyue Company today introduces the treatment methods of infectious waste and damaging waste, as follows: Infectious waste refers to medical waste that carries pathogenic microorganisms and has a risk of

What is biohazard medical risk waste and how should it be handled?

BioR&D institutions, the healthcare industry generate large amounts of waste that can be considered biohazard risks. Nevertheless, thanks to more modern on-site solutions, medical personnel can handle medical risk waste disposal more safely and easily. In this article by Boyue, we will discuss what biohazard medical risk waste is, how to identify it, store it! What is Medical Risk Waste? – Definition and meaning By definition, medical risk waste is any waste that may pose a risk of infection to

What to do with discarded insulin needles

With the widespread use of insulin, diabetic patients are becoming more receptive to home insulin injections and self-monitoring of blood sugar, resulting in more and more infectious and damaging waste. It has been reported that each patient injected with insulin used disposable injection devices 2~3 times a day, and discarded 60~90 discarded syringe needles for 1 month. The random disposal of discarded needles and blood glucose test strips by diabetic patients at home can cause environmental pollution, transmission of occupational