Medical Waste

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 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