Health Care products with Bioplastics

In the arena of single use health care products and packaging, reducing the environmental impact of medical waste while eliminating passive transfer of toxins into tissue can be significantly addressed via the replacement of artificial plastics with biodegradable plastics. Millions of plastic gloves, packages, pill bottles, syringes, tubes, masks, and bandage covers are discarded in homes, clinics and at hospitals across the world every day. Much, if not most, of this waste came in direct contact with medicine, living beings, or both, during use. Though the risk of toxic leaching from petrochemical plastic is low in these instances, it is not particularly desirable in a healthcare scenario. When the trash factor is added to the conversation, the argument in favor of using bioplastics for product packaging and therapeutic care products is strengthened.

  • Medical Waste
  • Clinical needs
  • Treatment and Healing
  • Endoscopic Drug Delivery

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