In today's fast-paced medical environments, doctors, nurses, and medical assistants are constantly multi-tasking, hopping from patient to patient to perform examinations, discuss diagnoses, treatment methods, and administer medicine doses. Our wide assortment of medical stickers includes everything you need to flag certain conditions, specify prescriptions, and also to keep medical and billing files neatly organized and easily accessible. We offer a wide array of hospital stickers and laboratory labels for diagnostic imaging, directive and informational labels to healthcare labels designed for specialty functions and appliations. Keep your medical files neatly organized and easily accesible with numeric stickers, alpha stickers, year codes, and month stickers. Our patient advisory and warning medical labels keep physicians and nurses apprised of any special conditions, allergies, chemical hazards, record confidentiality, or required signatures. To ensure clear communication and prevent potentially life-threatening mistakes, the use of precise, easy-to-read medical labels is a must.
Medical labels of all types, especially pharmaceutical labels and biomedical labels, need to be rugged, flexible, and capable of surviving a wide range of environmental conditions. Of the two, pharmaceutical labels have the less rigorous requirements: these are labels like those generally used for prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, vitamins, nutriceuticals, and some ophthalmic items and medical devices. As such, pharmaceutical labels can usually be printed on various paper stocks, although metallized stocks may be preferable for some medical devices.biomedical labels are less forgiving. These are the kinds of labels most often used in biomedical laboratories, where good labeling is an absolute priority for the maintenance of both quality control and specimen tracking. As such, biomedical labels can come in a variety of formats, allowing for everything from hand-written labeling to barcoding, but they have to have several things in common: they must resist chemical insult, they must be resistant to physical shock and mechanical abrasion, and they must remain on the sample until they´re deliberately removed. This requires the use of special adhesives that, ideally, shouldn´t stick to the latex gloves that laboratory personnel wear as a matter of course. All these items offer significant challenges to any manufacturer of biomedical labels.