Recycling Unused Medical Supplies to ...

Recycling Unused Medical Supplies to Help Save Lives and the Planet

There are 1 comment on the Health News Digest story from Jul 29, 2008, titled Recycling Unused Medical Supplies to Help Save Lives and the Planet. In it, Health News Digest reports that:

In an effort to "go green," eco-conscious medical students and hospital staff at Rush University Medical Center have started Rush Remedy, a medical supply recovery and recycling program that collects unused ...

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Nancy Leiting


#1 Jul 29, 2008
I have a feeding pump on a metal stand for a jejunum feeding tube. I also have about 20 1 liter kangaroo feeding bags ( not - sterile ) to use with the feeding pump for someone with a j-tube. My husband has "graduated" to a gastric feeding tube so no longer needs this equipment.

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