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2012 Hurricane Sandy
|Cleaning, Disinfection, Sterilization Defined and how they differ.|
|Object of surgical hand disinfection.|
|Tattoo Healing Explained|
|Comments on Various Subjects|
|Dry or Steam? Which to Choose.|
|Editorial on regulations by Wes Wood|
addresses the question:
"This machine hurts more than that one."
You and your client can contract life-threatening disease or suffer personal injury if proper procedures are not practiced. Applying local health department procedures recommended for Home Health Care Workers would be a good start to assure a safe process.
We have provided some timely views pertaining to health related matters for tattoo and piercing as we understand it today. Tomorrow new information and ideas will undoubtedly alter and correct some information we now believe to be true. We must be willing to adjust our thinking and practices according to the newest established data.
It is your responsibility to
contact your health department and follow their recommendations in all matters pertaining
to the protection of the health of the community.
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Information provided here might be inaccurate, misleading or incorrect and is meant as a suggestion for further study and consideration only. Any and all information is not sanctioned nor represented as having any authority whatsoever, is not to be cited as authoritative and is not a substitute for Health Department regulations. Information is provided "As Is" without warranty of any kind. The user assumes the entire risk as to the accuracy or use of any information on this site.
CDC - MMWR Methicillin-Resistant Tattoo Licensed Unlicensed