The Bloodborne pathogen standard only permits recapping of contaminated needles under very specific and limited circumstances where no alternative is feasible, or that such action is required by a specific medical procedure, such as with incremental doses of medication or the injection of radioactive materials. When recapping must be performed, it must be accomplished by the use of a mechanical device or one-handed technique. Training must emphasize the need to use this as a one-handed recapping device.
NeedleSafe II is durable and reusable reducing medical waste and its associated disposal costs.
ATTRACTIVE & COMPACT:
NeedleSafe II occupies very little valuable workspace. It’s easily mounted on almost any surface - horizontal or vertical.
NEEDLE UNCAPPER - RECAPPER
& SYRINGE HOLDER
NeedleSafe II eliminates the risk of needle stick injury for all dispensing and administering personnel.
NeedleSafe II requires only a single hand for uncapping and recapping. It provides great protection and economy, allowing hospital wide use.
Put one at every patient bedside, on every med cart and at all dispensing stations.
EASY TO USE:
NeedleSafe II permits single-handed uncapping and recapping of syringes. Provides superior safety from accidental needle stick injury. NeedleSafe II also functions as a syringe holder.
NeedleSafe II complies fully with all OSHA regulations.
NeedleSafe II has a Universal Gripper Core™ which holds phlebotomy tubes and catheter caps... Permits their uncapping and recapping too!
NeedleSafe II is cost effectively priced for use in all hospital departments and locations.
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Point-Lok® devices provide effective protection for needles from 16 - 30g that do not have an integral engineered sharps injury protection (ESIP) device. It is available seperately, or cane be packaged in Portex® Arterial Blood Sampling kits, pain management and other procedural trays.
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