OR & Procedure Basins

September 10, 2007 5:21 am | Medi-Dose, Inc./EPS, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

The new Identify-A-Bowl™ OR and Procedure Basin was designed to help quickly identify solutions in the sterile fields of ORs, avoiding tragic or catastrophic mix-ups. The Identify-A-Bowl basin has a wide horizontal flange, providing a large labeling area easily seen by practitioners. The bowl has a 150-ml capacity, yet occupies minimal space on procedure trays or in sterile fields.

LISTED UNDER: Specimen Containers

Chemotherapy Medication Bags

April 25, 2007 6:46 am | Product Releases | Comments

The EPS Chemo-Safety Bags are constructed from extra-heavy 4-mil gauge plastic for safety, leak resistance and security when transporting cytotoxic medication. Each bag has a large yellow imprint area displaying a Chemotherapy Bio-Hazard warning as well as safety instructions. Packaged in either 100 or 500 cases, the bags are available in both six- by nine-inch and 12- by 15-inch sizes for convenience and batch preparation.

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Biopsy Specimen Container

November 13, 2006 10:12 am | Beekley Corporation | Product Releases | Comments

The CoreTainer® is designed specifically for stereotactic core needle breast biopsy samples. It minimizes the need to handle delicate core samples more than once and provides superb image quality. Five individual compartments, each with a radiolucent number, make it easy to identify and communicate the location of cores with calcifications from the specimen radiograph.

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Stainless Steel Ware

February 9, 2006 4:29 am | Miltex, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

The Miltex Stainless Steel Ware product family is manufactured using surgical grade stainless steel and is available in various sizes. Stainless steel items include sponge bowls, solution basins, medicine cups, iodine cups, forceps jars, emesis basins, Mayo trays, instrument trays and covers, and dressing jars with covers.

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