Sharps Containers

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  1. Multipurpose Sharps Containers
    SKU MDS705201H
    Multipurpose Sharps Containers
    1 Each (EA)
    $4.25
  2. Medline Sharps Biohazard Container for Needles
    SKU MDS705110H
    Medline Sharps Biohazard Container for Needles
    1 Each (EA)
    $6.50
  3. Portable Sharps Container With Lid, Red, 1 Qt (2 Pack)
  4. Large PG-II Containers
    SKU MDS705318
    Large PG-II Containers
    7 Case (CS)
    $233.00
  5. Biohazard Patient Room Sharps Containers
    SKU MDS705203H
    Biohazard Patient Room Sharps Containers
    1 Each (EA)
    $13.00
  6. Biohazard Patient Room Sharps Containers (Case of 12)
  7. Biohazard Patient Room Sharps Container
    SKU MDS705153H
    Biohazard Patient Room Sharps Container
    1 Each (EA)
    $6.00
  8. Biohazard Patient Room Sharps Containers (Pack of 20)

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If you’re a diabetic or someone you love is living with diabetes – either type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes – you typically deal with many sharps during the course of daily home monitoring. The best way to protect yourself, young children, family members, sanitation workers and even the environment, is to place sharps in an FDA-approved sharps container. These sharps containers must be made of rigid plastic, be properly labeled to warn of hazardous waste inside, have a tight fitting lid and be leak-resistant and puncture-resistant. What goes in a sharps container? Needles, insulin syringes, pen needles, lancets, auto-injectors and anything else that can puncture or cut skin. No matter what size or shape sharps container you need for your diabetes care, we can help. We carry a large selection of premium, hospital-quality, FDA-approved sharps containers. Shop now and discover phlebotomy sharps containers, multipurpose sharps containers, wall-mounted sharps containers, freestanding sharps containers and portable sharps containers. Many are even available in convenient bulk quantities so you can stock up. Of course always be sure to check with your local health department for disposal guidelines.