2 SealSafe® Dosing Adapters VS. Standard Press-In Adapters Press-In Bottle Adapters (PIBAs): When capped, space between cap liner and PIBA may collect fluid when bottle is tilted or inverted during transport or handling. This results in messy drips when the cap is removedSelf-Sealing Dosing Adapters (SSDAs): Cap liner forms a gasket-like seal with the SSDA's center ring restricting fluid to the center of the seal and preventing mess upon cap removal.
3 Standard Press-In Bottle Adapters Press-In Bottle Adapter: The bottle is effectively "open" with contents exposed.• Risk of Contamination• Risk of Spill and Waste• Risk of Child Access & Potential Accidental OverdoseSelf-Sealing Dosing Adapter: The bottle retains a virtually closed condition when cap isremoved. The septum closes securely after dosing protecting contents and children.
4 Clear Dispensing Cups Cups are not Generally Clearly Marked Even with Dark Graduations, Cups Don’t Prevent Access to Medication Bottle ContentsConsumers can be Easily Confused as to Correct Volume to Dispense
5 Teaspoon vs. Tablespoon Which is a Teaspoon?Easy to Dispense Incorrect Amount of Medication as Every “Teaspoon” Varies by Volume
6 Solution to Accurate & Safe Dosing: SealSafe® Avoid and Prevent Accidental OverdoseIncrease Child SafetyImprove Dosing AccuracyHelp Prevent Cross-Contamination & SpillsUse with Original Child Resistant CapsDose with Clearly Marked Oral SyringesUse Every Last Drop
7 SealSafe®: No Time To Waste SealSafe® Adapters are Designed to Fit Current Range of Medication Bottle IDsEasy to Adapt to Bottle Filling LinesPresent Strong Image of Concern for Public SafetyMinimal Additional Cost in Packaging Offset by the Number of Lives Saved
8 (800) 497- 3113 email@example.com www.andwin.com www.dosecap.com SealSafe® is a Trademark of The Andwin Corporation.Penetrex® is a Registered Trademark of The Andwin Corporation.Self-Sealing Adapters are Protected by Patents and Patents Pending.
Working Safely with Organolithium Compounds I-Ting Ho Sessler Group Safety Talk February 19, 2013 References : (1)http://www.yale.edu/ehs/onlinetraining/OrganoLithium/OrganoLithium.htmhttp://www.yale.edu/ehs/onlinetraining/OrganoLithium/OrganoLithium.htm.