How to Dispose of your Sharps Container

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How to Dispose of your Sharps Container

Postby Bri » Sat Sep 13, 2014 1:36 pm

Since the sharps container/Bio hazard container contains human blood it is considered hazardous to every, and this bio hazard container has to be disposed properly. And after drawing the patient's blood, the needle has to be re-capped against a hard surface and not with your hands. Check out - How to Dispose of Bio-hazard Container - Sharp Container http://www.qualityphlebotomy.com/sharpscontainertips.htm
Memorize the Order of Draw for blood tubes. http://hubpages.com/hub/Orderofdrawbloodtubes
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