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Sterile Medical Packaging–Nurses’ Perspective

HealthPack 2012 Conference,, held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 6 – March 8, 2012, continues its noteworthy success for educating and enlightening medical device packaging professionals.

This event has developed into the pre-eminent conference for healthcare packaging professionals. Job well done by Curt Larsen, John Spitzely, Ed Landon, Barb Dykes and Carole Schiller.

This year’s nurses’ survey presented by Ms. Jennifer Blocher of Sealed Air Medical, continues to build on the valuable information of previous surveys regarding practices and perceptions of utilizing sterile medical packaging. Sustainability and recycling issues were surveyed and summarized. Jennifer’s survey indicated that there is room for significant development at the clinical site setting for facilitating recycling.

This year’s nurses’ panel, live critique of sterile medical packaging, expertly facilitated by Ms. Jennifer Benolken of St. Jude Medical, continues to entertain, educate and enlighten the HealthPack conference crowd.

Hat tip to Pharmaceutical and Medical Packaging News, Ms. Daphne Allen, for a nice summary of the takeaways of the Nurses’s Survey and Panel. We focused on the practice of aseptic technique and what helps and hinders the safe and aseptic transfer of medical devices into the sterile field.

Take a look at the PMP News article for key takeaways regarding desired features for sterile medical packaging that facilitate aseptic technique.

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