High Residual Volume Syringes with Unnecessary Draw Needles

Posted on November 1, 2016. Filed under: Syringe Blog | Tags: , , , , , , , |

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High Dead Space Syringes with dangerous draw needles. When drawing up medication into the syringe with a draw needle, residual medication is left within its chamber and ultimately thrown into the sharps container. Up to approx. 90 microliters of residual volume remains inside the lumen and hub of the basic disposable syringe. These high dead space syringes can harbor high residual infectious pathogens.

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QD Syringe | QD Syringe Systems®

Posted on October 1, 2016. Filed under: Syringe Blog | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

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Low Dead Space QD Syringe with Low Residual Volume QD Hub with Needle.

 

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QD Syringe accessing BD Q-Syte and delivering low residual volume dose.

 

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QD Syringe giving low dead space intramuscular injection with QD hub and needle.

 

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Hep Lock Accessed by low dead space QD Syringe with Integrated polycarbonate cannula.

 

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QD Syringe injecting medication with low dead space, low residual volume. http://www.QDSyringe.com

 

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QD Syringe – Low Dead Space Injection Syringe – QD Syringe before patient injection with the low dead space syringe offering a virtually painless injection. – http://www.QDSyringe.com

 

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QD Syringe was designed as a low residual volume syringe with an integrated polycarbonate draw needle and an exclusive mating low dead space hub and needle. The next generation of basic disposable syringes. http://www.QDSyringeSystems.com

 

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The QD syringe can assist in removing embedded sutures by wedging beneath the sutures and the overgrown skin enabling the scalpel or scissors to cut the suture and not the patient. Note: There are suture removal kits but they are more costly than the disposable QD Syringe and a scalpel. http://www.QDSyringeSystems.com

 

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Low Dead Space QD Hubs and Sharp Steel Needles delivering virtually painless injections – http://www.QDSyringe.com

 

 

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QD Syringe Systems – The low dead space QD Hubs with needles mate with the tip of the QD Syringe providing a low waste syringe.

 

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The QD Syringe is the world’s first fully functional basic plastic syringe with low dead space.

 

 

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The QD Syringe incorporates a polypropylene syringe body and a contiguously integrated polycarbonate tip with GlyFlo Technology to deliver a low residual volume injection. The worlds first truly functional basic plastic syringe. The QD Syringe eliminates all draw needles which waste medications and contribute to inadvertent needle stick injuries by medical staff and patients. http://www.QDSyringe.comhttp://www.QDSyringeSystems.com

 

 

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QD Syringe giving low dead space, low residual volume injection. The QD syringe is a patented syringe which consists of a polypropylene syringe body and a polycarbonate tip designed with GlyFlo Technology. The QD Syringe tip mates with the low dead space QD hub with attached steel needle to deliver a precisely measured medication dose. the QD Syringe delivers virtually a pain free injection.

 

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QD Syringe giving low dead space, low residual volume injection. The QD syringe is a patented syringe which consists of a polypropylene syringe body and a polycarbonate tip designed with GlyFlo Technology. The QD Syringe tip mates with the low dead space QD hub with attached steel needle to deliver a precisely measured medication dose. the QD Syringe delivers virtually a pain free injection. http://www.QDSyringeSystems.comhttp://www.QDSyringe.com

 

 

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The QD Syringe with GlyFlo Technology is accessing BD QSyte Split Septum Luer with low residual volume, low dead space medication delivery. http://www.QDSyringeSystems.comhttp://www.QDSyringe.com

 

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QD Syringe Accessing Halkey-Roberts Needlefree Swabable Valve and delivering a low residual volume injection.

 

 

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QD Syringe Systems – The Low Dead Space Multi-Functional Syringe.

 

 

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QD Syringe – accessing the BD Q-Syte™ Luer Access Split Septum and leaving low residual volume in syringe ~ http://www.QDSyringeSystems.com

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The QD Syringe has been touted as the next generation of safer and more effective syringes to enter the market – the Quick Draw Syringe™. The Quick Draw Syringe or the QD Syringe is a revolutionary product that will be the world’s first fully functional basic low dead space syringe with detachable and low residual volume QD hubs with needles.

Created by Christopher Green, CEO and co-founder of QD Syringe Systems Inc., this patented eco-friendly product is unique in the fact that it is fully functional out of its package, it is safer and easier for medical professionals to use and a low dead space syringe that tremendously reduces medication waste and residual volume. Headquartered in St. Petersburg, Florida, QD Syringe Systems, Inc. CEO says the design of basic syringe hasn’t been updated in decades. Until now. Introducing the QD Syringe.

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Importance of Safety Syringes to Prevent Needle Sticks

Posted on November 13, 2011. Filed under: Syringe Blog | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

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Accidental needle sticks are a hazard in the health care industry, and it is important for the operators of medical facilities to use all the resources at their disposal to prevent these accidents from taking place. The fallout from even a single needle stick incident can be far reaching and quite serious for both the employee and the employer.

Why Use Safety Syringes

1. With so many serious diseases spread by blood and body fluids it has never been more important to protect health care workers. Safety syringes are designed to provide that protection. The unique design of safety syringes means that workers will be protected from accidental needle sticks, and that can help prevent the spread of blood borne illnesses.

Safety syringes are designed to prevent accidental needle sticks by placing the clinician’s hands behind the needle. With the hands safely behind the needle the clinician can then give the injection and by pulling the plunger back. When the plunger is pulled back the needle retracts into the syringe. Once the needle is in the syringe, the plunger is snapped off and the used syringe can be disposed of safely.

Protecting Health Care Workers Protects the Public

2. Health care workers are the front line of protection for society at large, and that means that keeping those workers safe from harm protects the public as well as the health care provider. If doctors, nurses and other health care workers are exposed to illness through accidental needle sticks that puts their patients at risk as well. Whether the disease is life threatening, as in the case of HIV and hepatitis, or not it is important to keep both health care workers and the public at large protected.

Safety Syringes Protect Heatlh Care Companies

3. Using safety syringes also protects the health care companies themselves. Worker safety is an important consideration for all kinds of businesses, including health care providers. Failing to provide the proper protection for workers puts the business at risk of lawsuits, government fines and other penalties, and it is vital for all companies to protect their workers from preventable accidents like needle sticks.

By using safety syringes health care providers can protect their workers from harm while protecting themselves against potential lawsuits. The cost of safety syringes is a small price to pay for the protection of those vital front line health care workers.

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