The Slim Jim Step-On refuse container has a slender design and small footprint, meaning it can fit in tight spaces while not compromising on the ability to hold a large amount of waste. The construction allows for a hands-free operation to ensure the user does not have to risk potential contamination. The containers have commercial-grade construction for durability, and can carry a variety of medical wastes including corrosive chemicals, potentially infected materials and daily garbage.
GeneCopoeia's Genome-CRISP CRISPR-Cas9 products and services are designed to provide a complete, powerful solution for precision RNA-guided genome editing.
LabFriend has a range of shapes and sizes of eye wash stations, as well as refill bottles, for the initial first aid treatment for many hazardous contaminants. The range of safety showers, eye/face wash units and multispray platform showers is designed for personal safety, particularly in applications such as mining, petroleum and oil refineries, chemical manufacturing and handling, as well as laboratories and hospitals.
The 16 x 500 mL capacity Thermo Scientific Sorvall BP 8 and 16 blood banking centrifuges are designed to maximise productivity for blood processing centres by offering an increased capacity that is said to exceed legacy systems by 33% while maintaining previously validated protocols.
Fluke Biomedical has launched Advantage Training, an online centre aimed at providing accessible training to the biomedical engineering community. The training centre features a curriculum that covers the full spectrum of medical device preventive maintenance and quality assurance for biomedical and diagnostic imaging equipment.
A well-designed therapeutic environment contributes greatly to how patients and families perceive their quality of care and overall experience.
Storage and disposal of refuse is a necessary process in the hospital and healthcare workplace. In an environment that is notoriously busy, staff shouldn’t have to worry about where waste must be stored, or about the safety risk of tripping over a large bulky bin. It is important that the process of storage and removal is streamlined to ensure a clean and efficient workplace.
For medical and healthcare practices, one of the biggest and most important challenges is record keeping - not only of patient data but also of other documents deemed important to running the day-to-day business. It is naturally crucial that all medical records be readily available to share among GPs, specialist doctors, medical assistants, nurses and more. Given the ever-increasing computerisation of the industry, that means that all documents need to be available in digital form. However, even in practices where many internal systems have moved over to digital, in any given day it is common to produce a great number of physical documents as well. This is where technology from Brother is instrumental, especially in the conversion of physical records into the digital medium. The operations of most healthcare facilities produces many physical documents including referrals, clinical notes, test results, patient correspondence and the like so it is important that a digital counterpart exist to allow records to be stored and, where required, shared.
For care professionals, they need tools that help them do their job quickly, efficiently and reliably. Just as you wouldn’t consider an MRI or X-Ray machine that didn’t perform flawlessly, the same level of quality must also be demanded from your administrative equipment as well. This is the primary design goal of the latest series of scalable, modular monochrome laser printers. The range is built from the ground up with flexibility in mind allowing you to create the type of system you want. In essence, it is one machine to all people.