Urine sample container 116AA200stoolsputummedication

urine sample container
urine sample container
urine sample container
urine sample container
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Sample type
urine, stool, sputum
Other characteristics
with cap, single-use

200 ml (6.7628 US fl oz)


Description Ideal for taking urine/stool/sputum samples, dispensing tablets or as a measuring scoop. Case Dimensions 360 x 430 x 290 mm Prevention first We know what it takes to join the fight against HCAI’s. It’s about developing, deploying and instilling a bundle of measures that have prevention at its core. That’s why the Vernacare system is not simply about single-use containers (pulp) and disposal units (macerators). The Vernacare system is a package that has been designed to work holistically. As the only company to do this, it is at the heart of our philosophy, let’s save lives together. Extensive range We are always looking at ways we can develop and improve the world of infection prevention, by creating innovative products with real user benefits and with over 20 Vernacare pulp products available, we cater to the breadth of the market. As we specialise in medical pulp, we focus on healthcare facilities, and designing products with the patient in mind rather than producing pulp products for use in food or mobile phone packaging. SINGLE USE  MOULDED FIBRE PULP  MACERATABLE  MADE FROM RECYCLED PRODUCT  Ideal for taking urine/stool/sputum samples; dispensing tablets or as a measuring scoop.  Disposable single use product to reduce risk of cross infection.  Moulded fibre products made from 100% recycled paper.  Fully disposable in Vernacare Disposal Units. Regulatory Compliance  Compliant with: Medical Device Directive 93/42/EC Class 1  Product Specification Assessment PAS 29:1999  Disposability: By Maceration  ISO 9001:2015 / ISO 14001:2015
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