UK MEDTECH COMPANY TO HELP PROTECT US HEALTHCARE WORKERS AND US CITIZENS FROM 1 MILLION NEEDLESTICK INJURIES EACH YEAR

20th June 2022 NeedleSmart News by Mia Dang No comments

SAFETY INITIATIVES AND COMPLIANCE WILL SAVE THE AMERICAN HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY $1 BILLION British smart MedTech company NeedleSmart, which is pioneering disruptive technologies in the global healthcare sector, is expanding into the US healthcare market to protect American healthcare workers and patients from the rising tide of needlestick injuries (NSI). In the US alone, more than 1 Million […]

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Sustainability in Healthcare with NeedleSmart’s Innovative Technology

28th April 2022 NeedleSmart News by Mia Dang No comments

Globally, the currently accepted protocol for sharps disposal (hypodermic needles and syringes) is via incineration, in many cases of both the sharps bin and contents. The current process has endured for many years, however, if the NHS and healthcare systems globally are to significantly reduce carbon footprint the process of incinerating single-use plastics and metals […]

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NeedleSmart Helps NHS Carbon Reduction Strategy Reduce Carbon Emissions by 95%

30th March 2022 NeedleSmart News by Mia Dang No comments

NEEDLESMART CLINICAL WASTE BOXES TO SAVE THE NHS MORE THAN £120 MILLION IN GOVERNMENT PLASTIC TAX TECHNOLOGY TO PREVENT 100,000 NEEDLESTICK INJURIES TO CLINICAL STAFF, SAVING THE NHS £127 MILLION EACH YEAR British smart MedTech company NeedleSmart is at the forefront of helping the NHS radically reduce CO2 emissions in its clinical waste disposal by […]

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ALDER HEY AND NEEDLESMART PARTNERSHIP AIMS TO REDUCE 100,000 NEEDLESTICK INJURIES TO NHS HEALTHCARE WORKERS

19th January 2022 NeedleSmart News by Mia Dang No comments

British smart MedTech company invents the world’s first end-to-end safe needle destruction technology. Tech aims to reduce 3 million global needlestick injuries. In a recent survey*, it was reported that a staggering 94 per cent of practising surgeons in the UK have either been personally affected by a needlestick injury (NSI) or have seen a […]

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