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The Hepatitis A Outbreak

Here’s what you need to know Three people have died in Martin County since March 28 after being infected with Hepatitis A. There have been 19 cases in all in the area as of this writing and according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) any area where there are five or more confirmed cases…
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Is your dental office properly disposing of waste?

Here are four things you need to know If your facility is like most dental offices, it’s likely you do more than routine cleanings and exams. Most dental practices also perform surgeries and treatments and therefore generate medical waste just like hospitals and other healthcare related organizations. Because of this, you are mandated under state…
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Extracted medical implants: Are they medical waste?

What happens once they’re removed? Medical implants, including devices and those use to enhance the body cosmetically, are quite common today. Many devices, such as a stent or an implant used to replace a failed body part, are medically essential, while others, including breast implants, are inserted into the body to alter a person’s appearance.…
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Minimizing waste in hospitals

Top 5 tips on reducing waste & saving money Hospitals are one of the top generators of medical waste and as such have an important responsibility to not only remain compliant but also to streamline their waste disposal process as much as possible. Doing so helps protect the environment as well as reduce the risk…
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What is Telemedicine?

Pros & Cons of this new age medical care Just as technology has impacted the way we do practically everything in life—it has now given medical professionals a new way to care for their patients. It’s been decades since house calls were a part of healthcare, but Telemedicine is, to many, the next best thing.…
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Healthcare Associated Infections

Are you putting patients & staff at risk? As a healthcare professional or operator of a healthcare facility, it’s your mission to help people suffering from illnesses, to send them home feeling better and on the road to recovery from whatever ailment they came to you with. But it is not uncommon for folks to…
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The Government Shutdown and Your Health

Is there an increased risk of illness? With so many risky breakouts and recalls on foods in the past year, it’s no wonder that many people are shying away from items like romaine lettuce, ground beef and other foods for fear of getting sick with E. coli and other illnesses. But with the current government…
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Bloodborne Pathogens

Dangers & Accident Prevention For those in the medical field, the term bloodborne pathogens is likely a familiar one, but if not, it’s critical to understand just what type of pathogens these are and the dangers they represent. Pathogens that are bloodborne are viruses, bacteria, parasites and other microorganisms that are found in the blood.…
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Germs in the Workplace

The biggest culprits & how to avoid them It happens every year—winter hits and the flu arrives, sending staff members and co-workers home with nasty coughs, congestion, fevers, and body aches, among other symptoms. We all chalk it up to the fact that it’s going around, but most of us don’t even realize that many…
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Medical Waste Generators: Beware

It’s your reputation on the line We’ve all heard that expression that if something seems too good to be true, it probably is. And it definitely applies to choosing a medical waste provider for your organization. Proper disposal of medical waste is crucial to protecting the community and the environment. Organizations that violate OSHA, FDA…
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