We have carved a distinct identity for ourselves in manufacturing, supplying and exporting Identification Bands. These bands are made using optimum quality raw material, sourced from the leading vendors of the industry. Our quality controllers check these blue bands on standard parameters of quality so as to assure flawless product to our customers. These blue bands contain the information about patient and are normally found tied to the wrist of the patient. Our clients can avail these Identification Bands in write-on and insert forms and are suitable for both adult and child patients.
Our business is highly involved in offering a wide range of reliable Identification Band to our valuable clients.
USING PATIENT IDENTIFICATION BANDS
The following information may assist practitioners in the correct identification of patients upon admission to their institution. This is a series of recommendations only and is by no means comprehensive. Practitioners should consult the policies and procedures of their institution regarding the process and practice of identifying patients.
Identify the patient according to approved practices.
Select the correct identification band size and colour to be used according to the requirements of the patient and the policy of the institution.
Apply the identification information to the band while in front of the patient
Ensure the information is clear and legible, especially if hand-written
Ensure the main identifiers are clearly visible: Name, Date of Birth and Medical Record Number.
Apply the band to the dominant wrist as intravenous cannulation is often first performed on the non-dominant side
Use the other wrist if intravenous therapy is already in progress
Ensure one finger space underneath the band to prevent the band being too tight or too loose
Apply a second band around the ankle on the same side if this is the practice in your institution
Remove excess strap length for improved patient comfort.
Observe each shift for the following:
Missing or damaged band, especially at the closure point
Damaged or faded information or information field
Constriction by the band due to limb swelling, etc
Loose fitting of the band that may facilitate removal.
Replace the identification band immediately:
If the existing band is removed for any reason such as intravenous therapy or other procedure
If blood or other body fluids spill onto the band.
Change the band at least one each week to maintain the legibility of the information on the band
and to prevent complications such as infections.