3 Ways Lab Labels Keep Your Dental Practice Compliant with Sterilization Requirements

Aug 29, 2019 11:18:34 AM / by Alex A. Goldberg, Ph.D. posted in Labels, Sterilization

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Infection Control and Prevention (IPAC) Canada and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have stringent guidelines on the sterilization and logging of equipment used in dental offices. Among the requirements, any material that’s registered as a “critical” or “semi-critical” item, which includes surgical instruments, mouth mirrors, amalgam condensers, reusable impression trays, and anything else that contacts mucous membranes or non-intact skin, needs to be sterilized.1,2


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How to Safely Discard Sensitive Information on Labels

Dec 27, 2018 10:00:00 AM / by George Vaniotis, Ph.D posted in Labels, Healthcare, Laboratory, Sterilization

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In both clinical and research labs, it is often necessary to label material or equipment with sensitive information. This can include patient information or confidential experimental data. Once the patient is discharged, or the samples are either processed or no longer needed, these labels must be discarded; however, the information on the labels must still remain private. In certain cases, this may prove to be more difficult than anticipated. Here are 3 unique label options to help ensure that discarded material can’t be used to procure sensitive information.

 

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