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BD Vacutainer® push button blood collection set

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Overview

The BD Vacutainer® push button blood collection set offers a clinically demonstrated, split second retracting safety needle to help reduce costly needlestick injuries. It is available with a preattached holder for added convenience and to help meet the Occupational Health and Safety Administration's (OSHA) single-use standards.1

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Features and Benefits
One-handed activation
One-handed activation

The one-handed safety activation of the push button allows you to activate the safety mechanism while still attending to the patient and venipuncture site.

Safety
Safety

Helps reduce needlestick injuries by up to 88% over forward-shielding safety wingsets.2

Compliance
Compliance

Preattached holders are compliant with the OSHA single-use mandate.1

Products & Accessories
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    21 G x .75 in. BD Vacutainer® Push Button Blood Collection Set with 12 in. tubing and pre-ttached holder in a fully sterilized package, offering an integrated device that may simplify the phlebtomy procedure.

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    21 G x .75 in. BD Vacutainer® Push Button Blood Collection Set with 7 in. tubing and luer adapter is clinically demonstrated to reduce needlestick injuries.

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    21 G x .75 in. BD Vacutainer® Push Button Blood Collection Set with 12 in. tubing and no luer adapter is clinically demonstrated to reduce needlestick injuries.

  • product-image

    21 G x .75 in. BD Vacutainer® Push Button Blood Collection Set with 12 in. tubing and luer adapter is clinically demonstrated to reduce needlestick injuries.

  • product-image

    25 G x .75 in. BD Vacutainer® Push Button Blood Collection Set with 12 in. tubing and pre-ttached holder in a fully sterilized package, offering an integrated device that may simplify the phlebtomy procedure.

  • product-image

    23 G x .75 in. BD Vacutainer® Push Button Blood Collection Set with 12 in. tubing and pre-ttached holder in a fully sterilized package, offering an integrated device that may simplify the phlebtomy procedure.

  • product-image

    25 G x .75 in. BD Vacutainer® Push Button Blood Collection Set with 12 in. tubing and luer adapter is clinically demonstrated to reduce needlestick injuries.

  • product-image

    25 G x .75 in. BD Vacutainer® Push Button Blood Collection Set with 12 in. tubing and no luer adapter is clinically demonstrated to reduce needlestick injuries.

  • product-image

    23 G x .75 in. BD Vacutainer® Push Button Blood Collection Set with 12 in. tubing and no luer adapter is clinically demonstrated to reduce needlestick injuries.

  • product-image

    23 G x .75 in. BD Vacutainer® Push Button Blood Collection Set with 7 in. tubing and luer adapter is clinically demonstrated to reduce needlestick injuries.

  • product-image

    25 G x .75 in. BD Vacutainer® Push Button Blood Collection Set with 7 in. tubing and luer adapter is clinically demonstrated to reduce needlestick injuries.

  • product-image

    23 G x .75 in. BD Vacutainer® Push Button Blood Collection Set with 12 in. tubing and luer adapter is clinically demonstrated to reduce needlestick injuries.

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Resources
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Reference
  1. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Disposal of Contaminated Needles and Blood Tube Holders Used for Phlebotomy. Washington, DC: Occupational Safety and Health Administration; 2015.
  2. Hotaling M. A Retractable Safety Wingset Steel Needle (Butterfly) Performance Improvement Project. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety. 2009;35(2):100-105.
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