The importance of proper disposal of medical waste

With the covid-19 pandemic around the world, Boyue called for greater attention to be paid to the disposal of biohazard waste. Of course, attention should also be paid to the selection of the container of medical devices. Because the company is a professional engaged in R&D, production and sales of medical sharp containers, needle cabinets, surgical instruments, respiratory training equipment of the science and technology environmental protection enterprises. So using our expertise, today we’re sharing with you the importance of

Correct handling of medical sharps

Medical and health institutions produce a large amount of medical waste every day. Strictly speaking, medical waste refers to wastes with direct or indirect infection, toxicity or other hazards generated by medical and health institutions in medical treatment, prevention, health care and other related activities. With the continuous development of medical science, the generation and management of medical waste and its harm to society have become a problem that cannot be ignored. Used medical sharps are a type of medical

Biohazard Waste Disposal

The so-called biomedical waste refers to the waste generated by medical and health institutions in the process of diagnosis, treatment and sanitation, and the excrement and garbage generated in the life of patients. These wastes may be contaminated by pathogenic microorganisms and may also be harmful to the public. health hazard. Since the end of the 20th century, modern biotechnology and related industries have developed rapidly, and have been widely used in medical, pharmaceutical, agricultural, industrial, environmental protection and other

  The Use and Precautions of Sharps Box

The sharp tool box is a tool that clinical nurses must use every day. You may think that this small sharp tool box is nothing, but this small sharp tool box does contain a lot of knowledge. Today we will take a look at how to use the sharp tool box and pay attention to it. matter. How to use the sharps box: Install the sharp tool box: Press down the box body and the box cover to install as

Disposal of Waste Insulin Needles

Diabetes is a lifelong metabolic disease, and insulin injection and blood glucose monitoring are extremely important components of comprehensive diabetes treatment. With the widespread use of insulin, diabetic patients are increasingly accepting insulin injections at home and self-monitoring blood sugar, and the resulting infectious and damaging wastes are also increasing. It has been reported that each insulin-injected patient uses a single-use injection device 2 to 3 times a day and discards 60 to 90 discarded syringe needles per month. The

Treatment of Pathological Waste and Other Medical Waste

In the previous two articles, we have learned the classification and treatment of infectious waste, damaging waste, pharmaceutical waste, and chemical waste. Today, we will share the treatment of two other types of medical waste, which are pathological waste and medical waste. Non-medical waste. Pathological Waste Human waste and medical laboratory animal carcasses generated in the process of diagnosis and treatment. Abandoned human tissues, organs, etc. generated during surgery and other diagnosis and treatment processes. Tissues and corpses of medical

Infectious and Chemical Waste Disposal Methods

In the previous article, we shared the treatment methods of damaging waste and pharmaceutical waste. Today I have sorted out infectious waste disposal and chemical waste disposal for you.I hope that it can be of some help to everyone in the treatment of medical waste. Infectious Waste Disposal Medical waste carrying pathogenic microorganisms has the risk of causing the spread of infectious diseases.Wastes of plastic, rubber, cotton, fibers and other materials contaminated with blood, body fluids, infectious excreta of patients.

Methods of Disposal of Sharps Waste and Pharmaceutical Waste

The medical waste disposal 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 environmental pollution.   So how to deal with it specifically? We have sorted it out for you as follows: Medical waste includes five categories: infectious waste, sharps waste, pharmaceutical waste, chemical waste, and pathological waste. Today we share with you the disposal methods

Treatment of Medical Waste and Application of Sharps Containers

Medical waste refers to wastes with direct or indirect infectivity, toxicity, etc. produced by various medical and health institutions in medical treatment, prevention, health care, teaching, scientific research and other related activities. According to categories and attributes, it can be roughly divided into infectious wastes, such as medical wastes that carry pathogenic microorganisms and cause the risk of spreading infectious diseases. Harmful waste, such as discarded medical sharps that can stab or cut the human body. Pathological waste, such as human

Syringe Disposal

Syringes are one of the more commonly used medical devices. Please be sure to take them seriously after using them, otherwise they will cause serious environmental pollution. And the medical industry also has express regulations, on how to deal with the syringe disposal after use, let me share with you below.   The medical unit that uses and inoculates should deal with the destruction and disinfection of the syringe.   Build a complete accounting process and system for syringe allocation or

Sharps Waste&Medical Waste Disposal

Sharps waste and medical waste are both hazardous wastes. How to dispose of these medical wastes in specific operations? In today’s article, let’s take a look at how relevant departments deal with these wastes. There are strict safety management procedures for the disposal of hospital medical waste. The medical waste generated by each department is sorted by medical staff and placed in a special medical waste container. When the container reaches 3/4, it must be collected and packaged by the cleaning

Use the Sharps Box Correctly to Avoid Sharps Injury

Sharps injury is the main occupational hazard faced by clinical medical staff. In clinical nursing work, nurses have to complete a large number of injections, blood collection, infusion and other operations every day. It is also relatively large, and the use of medical sharps collection boxes is an effective measure to prevent and reduce sharps injuries to operators.In today’s article, let’s discuss the safe use of sharps boxes.  Volume of Sharps Box   The material of sharps box generally uses

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