What is the scope of application of medical label?
Medical labels are used in various healthcare settings, including hospitals, clinics, pharmacies, laboratories, and medical device manufacturing facilities. They can be applied to prescription bottles, medical equipment, specimen containers, IV bags, surgical instruments, and more.
How to select the correct medical label?
- Regulatory requirements: Ensure the label meets the necessary regulatory standards, such as FDA or EU requirements.
- Material: Choose a material suitable for the intended environment, which may include resistance to moisture, chemicals, and extreme temperatures.
- Adhesive: Select an adhesive that provides a strong bond to the intended surface and is appropriate for the application’s conditions.
- Printability: Ensure the label material is compatible with the chosen printing method, such as thermal transfer or laser printing.
- Size and shape: Choose a label size and shape that fits the product or container, and provides adequate space for necessary information.
What raw materials can be selected for medical label?
- Paper: A cost-effective option suitable for many applications, but may be less durable in certain environments.
- Synthetic materials: Materials like polypropylene, polyester, and polyethylene offer greater durability, chemical resistance, and moisture resistance compared to paper.
- Adhesives: Various adhesives are available, including permanent, removable, and repositionable options, to suit specific application needs.
What should I pay attention to when pasting medical label?
- Clean the surface: Ensure the surface is free of dirt, dust, and grease to maximize label adhesion.
- Apply pressure: Press the label firmly onto the surface to ensure a strong bond.
- Avoid stretching or distortion: Handle the label carefully to maintain its integrity and readability.
- Temperature and environmental conditions: Consider the application’s environment, and ensure the label material and adhesive are suitable for the specific conditions.
- Monitor label performance: Regularly inspect labels to ensure they remain legible, intact, and effective over time.
Enterprise Introduction Video：
Xinxing Label Company Introduction