10 Essential Laboratory Labels
38,356,164¹. That’s how many lab tests are performed on average in the U.S. each day. From a common everyday complete blood count test to evaluate a patient's overall health and detect a wide range of disorders, to the rare screening for the type of bacteria that causes anthrax, laboratory tests have an immeasurable impact on diagnostic and treatment decisions. In fact, 70% of today’s medical decisions depend on laboratory test results. But when a step in the testing process gets disrupted, it can cause problems that range from a delayed diagnosis and a need to redraw a specimen, to the serious consequences of patient misidentification. Labeling specimens properly can prevent disruptions in the workflow. Use these 10 essential lab labels to help ensure proper specimen collection, transport and processing, meet Joint Commission labeling requirements and protect patients and staff.
Benefits Of Working With A Label Manufacturing Company
There are over 400,000 distributors in the U.S. purchasing products from manufacturers and reselling those items to millions of end customers. Although these companies provide viable alternatives to the producer of the product, sometimes working with the actual manufacturer is a better option. If you need product labels that grab consumers’ attention, warehousing and distribution labels to safely ship, store and transport items, compliance labels to meet OSHA, TJC and other safety standards and more, here are the benefits of working with a label manufacturing company.