The BD PhaSeal™ Closed System Transfer Device is the first and only CSTD cleared under the FDA's newly created product code, ONB: Closed Antineoplastic and Hazardous Drug Reconstitution and Transfer System. Based on:
New FDA code clarifies misconceptions in the market place*
The Value of Protection
Healthcare workers who handle hazardous drugs, including nurses and pharmacists, may be subject to acute and long term health risks. Multiple studies show that exposure to some lifesaving drugs may lead to cancer, reproductive problems, genetic conditions and other serious concerns.
The Dangers Are Clear:
BD PhaSeal™ System Advantages:
* Data on file at BD.
1. Valanis BG, Vollmer WM, Labuhn KT et al. Acute symptoms associated with antineoplastic drug handling among nurses. Cancer Nurs. 1993; 16:288-95.
2. Preventing Occupational Exposures to Antineoplastic and Other Hazardous Drugs in Healthcare Settings. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No 2004-165; 2004.
3. Wick C, Slawson MH, Jorgenson JA, Tyler LS. Using a closed-system protective device to reduce personnel exposure to antineoplastic agents. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2003;60(22):2314-20.
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