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Medical Waste Disposal

Find the right waste containers for your medical practice. Sharps containers, biohazard bags, waste cans, and linen hampers keep contaminated supplies away from clean surfaces, reducing the risk of infection. High-quality supplies also reduce the risk of sharps-related injuries in employees.

Patient Safety
Reduce the risk of patient falls by keeping used gauze, bandages, and other supplies off the floor and in waste containers where they belong. Putting used supplies in appropriate containers keeps blood, urine, sputum, and other body fluids away from clean surfaces, preventing the spread of infection in your medical office. Lightweight waste containers also make it easier for home-bound patients to manage their medical issues.

Convenience
Save time and increase efficiency by putting sharps containers, linen hampers, and waste cans in every exam room. You'll never have to worry about finding a place to dispose of used exam gloves, gowns, needles, or bed pads. Simply drop contaminated supplies into the appropriate receptacle and continue treating patients.

Employee Safety
Reduce the risk of sharps-related injuries by ensuring workers have the right waste containers in every area of your practice. Proper waste disposal practices prevent employees from contracting illnesses caused by airborne and blood-borne pathogens, making it easier to keep your workforce healthy. Sharps-related injuries are an occupational hazard in health care, so using the right waste disposal containers helps to shield employees from contact with used needles and instruments.

Specimen Collection
Home-based specimen collection saves time, but it is not safe to collect specimens unless you have somewhere to dispose of used gloves, needles, bandages, and urine collection cups. The right waste receptacles protect your home-based patients from infection and help you minimize your risk of contracting a job-related illness.

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