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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Effective Ideas for Medical Waste Handling and Management

By Matthew Walker

Medical waste refers back to the dangerous waste material generated as a result of health-care activities. This waste remains an issue both for public health and the environment. The management of the same is a strategy adopted in hospitals to reduce the squander generated and find how to recycle this material in order to lower the disposal costs and new material expenses.

The key features and approaches of Medical Waste Management are:

1. All kinds of medical disperse left after the performance of health-care activities should be handled before being disposed.

2. Medical squanders include bio-hazardous and sharp materials like needles, syringes generated as a consequence of:



Immunizing patients

Immunizing patients

3. Medical waste should not be confused with:

Medical solid elements like disposable towels, cotton as they are not bio-hazardous.

House waste

The excretes generated from stock management on farms

The waste generated in food processing which doesn't contain blood, contagious agents or blood products.

Steam sterilization

Steam sterilization

Microwave technology



It is necessary to manage medical waste since exposure to these infective agents or bio unsafe materials can cause causing diseases. The process for handling sharps is reusable sharps containers. These boxes are taken to a permitted medical waste transfer station or off-site treatment facility for processing. These containers can scale back the medical squander stream by removing the weight of the single-use container.

A medical waste may be discharged without treatment to a public sewage system if it's not bio dangerous material. It can be liquid or semi liquid but should not contain any hazardous gases, contagious agents, blood or blood products. The liquid may be treated by a chemical disinfection process and then was discharged in case it contains bio dangerous waste material.

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