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Default RN Magazine ~ Oct 1953 New Items on the Market

B-D Needles provide the utmost in uniformity, keeness and safety. Made of hyperchrome stainless steel, B-D needles are rust-resistant throughout, stiff enough to piece tissues easily, flexible enough to bend without breaking, hard enough to hold a sharp point, and tough enough to assure longer repeated use.

The latest addition to disposable equipment is the B-D disposable blood donor set. The sterile, nontoxic, and pyrogen-free set is inexpensive enough to be used once and discarded.

Diabetics can give themselves hypos safely with the Kayden-Vim Automatic injector. (***This thing looks like the apple peeler sold by Pampered Chef!***) Once the device is loaded and placed in position, all patients need to do is push the release button. Priced at $12.50. Also available for $15.00 is a kit containing one injector, a 1cc insulin syringe, and two hypodermic needles.

Here's good news for nurses an I.V. pole that cannot be upset. Well below the price of a traditional stand. Extra-safe hooks for one or more I.V. bottles. The Polecat I.V. stand cost but $14.95 each in one dozen quantities.

Erythrityl Tetranitrate Tablets U.S.P. (Vasodilator): When taken over a long period of time methemoglobinemia may occur.

Ethyl Biscoumacetate N.N.R. (Anticouagulant): The drug is contra-indicated and given with caution to patients with liver or kidney dysfunction. Other conditions which call for added precaution include, endocarditis, ulcerating lesions, toxic or infectious syndromes, serious illness or menstuation.
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