This white paper summarizes recent surgical glove innovations, relevant research and current best practices for surgical gloving. It further discusses trade-offs and concerns common in operating rooms transitioning from older gloving practices to newer, safer ones. Topics covered include using powder-free surgical gloves, using synthetic surgical gloves and double-gloving using colored undergloves.
Most medical devices require some form of pad printing to mark biohazard labels, measurement indicators, part identification information or required branded logos. But some complex devices pose a challenge to accurately and cleanly print upon. In this webinar we will identify ideal pad printing candidates, and provide an overview of the pad printing process. The webinar will also address common pad printing obstacles, and offer best practices for printing on devices with difficult surfaces, shapes or sizes.
Are you prepared for the public transparency in financial relationships between physicians and life science companies? The Physician Payments Sunshine Act (now known simply as the Sunshine Act) requires pharmaceutical companies, medical device manufacturers, biotechnology organizations and medical supply companies to track nearly all payments and other transfers of value made to physicians and academic medical center. Learn more about the entire process so that you don't get "burned" with the new changes.
This whitepaper reviews the causes of the three major allergic reactions to single-use glove products in Life Sciences environments, their symptoms, and glove solutions that are available to help prevent adverse reactions.