red bag


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noun A red plastic bag used for the disposal of ‘non-sharp’ and potentially infectious biohazardous waste by health care facilities
verb To place biohazardous materials in a red bag

red bag

noun Infection control A red plastic bag used for the disposal of 'nonsharp' and potentially infectious biohazardous waste by health care facilities verb To place biohazardous materials in a red bag. See Biohazardous waste.
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