The battery powered Cactus Smart Sink System conveniently mounts on a wall or countertop in minutes and can be used anywhere medications are dispensed or administered by healthcare professionals. The innovative controlled substance waste disposal system accepts unused pharmaceuticals in both liquid and solid forms, including patches. It incorporates two types of cartridges, one for liquid waste and one for solid waste. Both cartridges have the ability to render the remaining portions of controlled substance waste into an unrecoverable and unusable form and securely store them until they can be disposed of per regulatory guidelines.
The Cactus Smart Sink System is designed to accept raw liquid pharmaceuticals directly from syringes, vials or IV bags. It also features a one-way funnel that accepts tablets, capsules and patches. The Cactus Smart Sink System includes audible alerts and alert lights to notify staff when the cartridges are full, have expired or when the unit has been accessed. The system cannot be removed from the security bracket without the key and does not accept sharps, vials and/or IV bags.
The Cactus Smart Sink System is completely self-contained and automatic with no complicated buttons or complex instructions. The system can be securely installed in any location where medications are dispensed or administered by healthcare professionals. The unit can be securely fastened on a wall or countertop with the provided bracket and mounting hardware. Automatic alerts will sound when the cartridges are full, have expired or when the unit has been accessed. A low battery warning light will alert staff when battery replacement is required. With normal use, the battery typically lasts twelve months (AC adapters are also available).
Applications and locations include:
Nursing stations, emergency rooms, procedural rooms, pharmacies, near medication dispensing equipment, hospice, surgery centers, doctors offices, veterinary hospitals, nursing homes, container ships, correctional facilities and anywhere medication is administered by healthcare professionals.
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