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In this video we demonstrate sealing remains in a bio-safety level 4 containment body bag using a BioSeal System 5 Portable System.
The advantage of the portable system is that in addition to functioning via a standard AC outlet, it has its own power supply which allows for use in locations where access to a standard AC outlet is not available.
It is appropriate for use in clinical and non-clinical locations, by healthcare professionals, law enforcement, coroners, and by disaster response teams after a mass casualty or pandemic event.
To develop pathogen specific protocols for the safe handling of human remains for your organization, visit the CDC website below for guidance:
CDC - Guidance for Safe Handling of Human Remains of Ebola Patients in U. S. Hospitals and Mortuaries: https://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/clinicians/evd/handling-human-remains.html
In this video we review the components of the BioSeal System 5 Portable System.
The BioSeal Portable System provides the equipment needed to safely contain human remains in a bio-safety level 4 containment body bag.
The portable system has its own power supply and is appropriate for use in hospitals, by law enforcement and by disaster response teams.
Please follow your organizational policies and procedures when using this system.
Introduction to the use of Body Sealer equipment used in the containment of bio-hazardous remains.
This video was produced in collaboration with the Nebraska Biocontainment Unit at The Nebraska Medical Center (nebraskamed.com) and describes procedures used within that facility. You may need to change your use of the Body Sealer depending on the needs of your organization.
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