What Are Laboratory Labels?
Laboratory labels help medical professionals identify and track laboratory samples, and communicate effectively throughout a medical lab or facility.
Common Laboratory Label Uses In Healthcare
Laboratory labels improve management of dated inventory, medications, reagents, central supply bins and more. They are also used to identify specimens and for cryogenic applications that require long-term storage conditions.
Laboratory Labels At United Ad Label
United Ad Label stocks a broad range of laboratory labels for applications throughout the healthcare system. Plus, if you need a custom label, UAL makes it easy to design, price, proof and order custom labels online or directly through our customer service team. Contact us for more information.
Types of Laboratory LabelsView All
Communication labels highlight important information to ensure your staff takes proper actions.
Consecutive Numbered Labels
Consecutive numbered labels are used to track a wide range of laboratory assets and patient samples and specimens. During system downtimes, they are an effective manual backup system.
Cryogenic Laboratory Labels
Cryogenic laboratory labels are engineered to withstand cryogenic conditions and remain intact when stored under extremely cold temperatures for an extended period of time.
Laboratory Colored Tape
Laboratory colored tape is available in a wide range of colors and sizes making it easy to color-code equipment, instruments, and charts.
UAL provides LIS labels in direct thermal and thermal transfer formats designed for laboratory information systems including Cerner, EPIC Sunquest/MISYS, Meditech, Softlab, McKesson.
Microscope Slide Labels
Microscope slide labels communicate important information about specimens that are observed under a microscope.
Quality Control Labels
Quality control labels ensure classifications are met before using, storing or shipping components and products. They help manage dated inventory, medications, reagents, instruments, charts, central supply bins and more.
Specimen labels ensure positive patient identification through the specimen workflow including the collection, transportation and processing steps.
Warning Storage Labels
Warning storage labels ensure you accurately label containers containing common reagents and hazardous materials. They help prevent accidents and illnesses.