Clinician safety is paramount when performing vascular access. Unfortunately, many of today’s solutions to mitigate needle stick injuries still leave certain risks. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that 41% of needle stick injuries occur after the device is used and before it is disposed of. Osprey’s Passive Needle Retraction technology not only activates without any additional steps, but also safely stores the needle within its own housing, minimizing the potential risk that would normally occur during the transport of the used needle to the sharps containment box.
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