Phlebotomy Sharps Containers - 2.2 quarts

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Kendall Phlebotomy Sharps Containers - 2.2 quarts
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Features:
  • Fits into present blood drawing trays
  • Efficient disposal of blood, hypodermic & IV needles
  • Facilitates temporary and final closures
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Phlebotomy Sharps Containers
7 1/4"H x 4 3/4"D x 6 1/2"W


Phlebotomy Sharps Containers is a portable phlebotomy containers that fit into present blood drawing trays for the efficient disposal of blood, hypodermic and IV needles. These containers facilitate temporary and final closures in a variety of sizes and colors.

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Great product, very high quality! Verified Purchaser

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Easy To Use.
Best Uses:
Safety.

The whole purpose of this item is to dispose of sharps properly and safely and this is an excellent product for such purpose.

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Are these containers disposable and where would you dispose of the needles that have been trashed?
Asked on Oct 27, 2013 3:51:50 PM by Renee from Waxahachie Tx
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They are disposable, but there are pretty strict regulations on how you can dispose of them as they are considered medical waste when used/filled. There are companies that specialize in disposing of the containers.
Answered on Jun 4, 2014 4:06:06 PM by CF-DMS  from Michigan
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Part Number(s): 772 0023

Mfg Part Number(s): 1522SA

Scrip Part Number(s): 772 0023


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