Sterile Labels

Help Prevent Medication Errors

Accurately label all medications, containers, and other solutions using newly designed sterile labels from Centurion. Our ability to customize labels, as well as sterilize them, ensures every procedure meets The Joint Commission's stated Patient Safety Goals.

 

Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goals:

Effective January 1, 2011
Goal: Improve the safety of using medications.
Requirement: Label all medications, medication containers, and other solutions on and off the sterile field in perioperative and other procedural settings. Note: Medication containers include syringes, medicine cups, and basins.

Benefits For Caregivers, Hospitals & Patients

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Comply with 2011 Joint Commission
 requirements:
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Labels clearly identify medication in
perioperative sterile fields
    - 
Prevent unlabeled medications from becoming medical waste
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Adhesive is specially designed to stick
 on wet surfaces and leaves no sticky 
residue when removed - will stick even when repositioned
  • No adhesive on left side of label for easy removal with gloves
  • 
Labels withstand harsh environments with moisture and blood
  • 
Labels may be used on virtually any surface for any type of sterile procedure
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Customized procedure specific labels reduce time spent writing by perioperative nurses
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Clear, sturdy plastic liner includes ruler to measure size of wound or site
  • Streamline practices in your facility
  • Available in:
    - Tear-resistant and moisture-proof material
    - Unlimited colors
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Syringe labels: large for ease of writing
 yet still fit on a syringe
    - Larger labels: for use on basins and bowls

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