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February 15 , 2019

Why Surgeons Prefer Traditional Scalpels over Safety Scalpels

Safety scalpels were first heavily promoted in response to a US legislation change in 2000 known as the Needlestick Safety...

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January 25 , 2019

Anxiety: The Invisible Side Effect of Sharps Injuries

The anxiety that derives from sharps injuries in the medical industry often goes unmentioned. While sharps injuries can initially be...

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January 16 , 2019

Why you should be using passive safety devices

There is a lot to take into consideration when choosing tools that keep patients and staff safe. Devices that have...

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June 18 , 2018

Sharps Injuries Statistics Around the World

It's concerning that even with all the medical breakthroughs and advances in surgical technology, the threat of getting a sharps...

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August 18 , 2017

Five Reasons, For Patient And Staff Safety, Surgeons Should Avoid Safety Scalpels.

Safety scalpels have been developed in response to a call for a better management of sharps in the healthcare industry...

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August 3 , 2017

Staff and Patient Safety: Reflection from Being Both as a Patient and a Doctor.

The afternoon light danced across the hospital quilt warming the room and I was comfortable. My husband nodded off to...

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