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/24-7PressRelease/ - JACKSONVILLE, IL, April 02, 2008 - Inject-Safe Bandages, the next generation in blood borne pathogen prevention has a product in place that will compliment any safety injection system available on the market today. A recent investigation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), determined that unsafe injection practices at a southern Nevada clinic possibly exposed up to 40,000 patients to hepatitis C and HIV, with blood of other patients relating to the administration of anesthesia medication and warnings have been issued. Dr. Julie Gerberding, head of the CDC notes that health care professionals "would consider this a patient safety error that falls into the category of a never event, meaning this should never happen in a contemporary health care organization," said Gerberding.
Chuck Jennings, CEO of Inject-Safe Bandages, LLC has a product solution to further ensure safety during injection procedures. Jennings notes "in a fast paced clinic setting accidents can and will occur. The Inject-Safe Bandage when used in combination with any safety needle system will greatly enhance protection from blood borne pathogens." Jennings further notes "the Inject-Safe Bandage is a pre-procedure bandaging process that provides a barrier that contains post injection bleeding and allows hemostasis to occur under a sterile pad." This provides further protection for the health care provider
from blood borne pathogens by reducing the risk of exposure. The Inject-Safe Bandage is an innovative product for injection safety and effective infection control. Be assured that both the health care provider and the patient are as fully protected as possible.
To learn more about the Inject-Safe Bandage, please visit the web site at www.injectsafety.com.
About Inject-Safe Bandage, LLC
Inject-Safe Bandage, LLC manufactures and distributes an innovative injection site bandage that prevents spread of blood borne pathogens to health care providers and patients during or after any injection procedure.
Chuck Jennings, CEO
Inject-Safe Bandages, LLC
P. O. Box 41
Jacksonville, IL 62651
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