Disposable Syringes Should be Classified for Disposal


Disposable syringes are classified according to their p […]

Disposable syringes are classified according to their purpose. They can be divided into three types: serious pollution, general pollution and basically no pollution. For single-use syringes with different pollution levels, their disposal methods are also different, so how to classify specifically, let the medical mould manufacturer explain to you:

1. Severely contaminated disposable syringes: those that are in direct contact with the patient's body fluids, such as used syringes for blood draw, pleural effusion, and ascites, because the patient's body fluid is a potential source of infection.

2. Generally contaminated disposable syringes: that is, only the needle part is the syringe that comes into contact with the patient, such as regular injections and infusions, and some syringes that are usually used with anti-inflammatory water.

3. Basically non-polluting disposable syringes: basically non-polluting disposable syringes that are not in direct contact with patients, such as syringes used when adding medicine, of course, improper operation and contamination should be excluded. This is the classification of disposable syringes. If they are to be processed, they must be processed according to such a classification method. Different pollution levels require different treatment methods.

Disposable syringes, product performance structure and composition Disposable syringes are composed of jacket, core rod, rubber stopper, cone, hand pressing and cone. The scope of application of the product is matched with a disposable injection needle for subcutaneous, intramuscular, and intravenous injection of liquid medicine, blood draw or drug dissolution.

Usually polyethylene, that is, PP, usually medical grade, with relevant certification. But as far as I know, not all hospitals use the strictest medical grade PP raw materials, and syringe manufacturers will also determine the quality of the materials according to the size of the hospital.

This material should have: 1. Multiple sterilization options (high pressure, hot steam, ethylene oxide, gamma rays, electron beam). 2. Excellent transparency and luster. 3. Superior rigidity and impact resistance balance the lowest distortion. 4. Good low temperature impact resistance.

Only in this way can it meet the needs of making materials for disposable syringes.