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GHC greatly increasing, world-wide demand. GHC Product's range of Auto-Retractable syringes are unique, of high quality, are cost effective and very simple to use. All of our Safety Syringes cover a wide spectrum of safety medical syringes in use and they do not compete, but complement each other. GHC Products aims to eliminate unnecessary needle-stick injury, the cause of much suffering and death from disease, by providing a range of world-class, high-quality, cost-effective medical products.
Retractable and Auto-Retractable Syringes
GHC Products has a range of high quality Retractable and Auto-Retractable Syringes that are both effective and affordable.
Auto-retraction safety mechanism activated whilst needle still in vein/body eliminating exposure to contamination / needlestick injury.
Auto-retraction ensures hands/fingers remain behind the needle at all times
Audible & visual safety feature.
Clear precise graduation ensuring medication dosage accuracy.
Needle manufactured to international standards to ensure sharpness and patient comfort.
No change in protocol to standard syringe.
Single handed use.
Little to no training required.
Low pressure activation
Contaminated needle NEVER exposed to healthcare worker post procedure
Single use guaranteed - Automatic disengagement of needle from bevel on activation.
Class leading Low dead space maximises savings in medication costs.
Save costs - Retracted needle and fully depressed plunger results in 30% less volume in sharps container
On average there are an estimated 800,000 accidental needle-stick related injuries each year in the United States alone. A typical contaminated syringe can contain more than 20 viruses. There is great risk of exposure to blood-borne diseases such as HIV, Hepatitis, Syphilis, Malaria, TB, Herpes and many others, which can be passed on through needle-stick injuries. It is estimated that up to $1 Billion is spent in the US annually, in the testing and treatment of accidental needle-stick injuries.
For an estimated annual cost of less than one percent of the total $15 Billion HIV/AIDS package that was approved by the US President, the entire continent of Africa could be supplied with safe injection devices. Doing so would effectively eliminate this entire category of disease spreading. According to another WHO report... 'There is a solution to the problem of re-used syringes, however, and that is auto-disable injection devices. These have locking features that physically prevent re-use...' Source WHO 2000 Papers and Reports - Extracts.
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