Hospital Wristband


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A durable plasticised identification band placed around a patient’s wrist at the time of admission to a hospital, which contains basic information about the patient, including name, room number, caring physician, etc.
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The Lexmark C782n XL models can also be used for unique applications such as printing color photos of patients on hospital wristbands to increase patient safety.
Sunday Telegraph: The biometric and radio-frequency identification (RFID) microchips developed by RCG Holdings are used in everything from container ships, where they aid the tracking of consignments, to hospital wristbands that help prevent the kidnap of babies.
Sunday Telegraph The biometric and radio-frequency identification microchips developed by RCG Holdings are used in everything fromcontainer ships, where they aid the tracking of consignments, to hospital wristbands that help prevent the kidnap of babies.
Personal ID Foam Wrap wristbands, from General Data, are designed for patients with sensitive skin, and for frail patients who may be damaged by standard hospital wristbands.
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