CORESHIELDZ LLC

2800, Turnpike Drive , 19040 Hatboro
USA

Telephone +1 215 443-8989
Fax +1 215 443-8990
nepstein@coremedicalconcepts.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
Leonhard Lang GmbH

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 9 / C48
 Interactive Plan

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MEDICA 2016 hall map (Hall 9): stand C48

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MEDICA 2016 fairground map: Hall 9

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Electromedical equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.01  Diagnostics
  • 01.01.02  Heart circulation diagnostics
  • 01.01.02.03  Electrocardiography (ECG) equipment and accessories

Electrocardiography (ECG) equipment and accessories

  • 05  Commodities and Consumer Goods
  • 05.08  Disposable articles for hospitals

Disposable articles for hospitals

Our products

Product category: Disposable articles for hospitals

Place CoreShieldz Dispenser

The CoreShieldz dispenser can be placed on a flat surface or on a wall. The included mounting bracket can be used to secure dispenser to a surface with the two provided screws.

Load CoreShieldz
Simply press CoreShieldz into the slots on each side to lock into place and an audible click will occur confirming the lock. Close dispenser lid and CoreShieldz is now ready to support infection protection in you healthcare setting.

Pull, Tear, Apply
Simply pull and tear CoreShieldz from dispenser and apply to diaphragm of stethoscope. It will adhere to the stethoscope, but will not stick to patients’ skin or clothing.

Disposal
Following the use of the stethoscope during exam, simply remove CoreShieldz and discard. The CoreShieldz material is environmentally friendly compared to an alcohol swab which results in both paper and the swab as waste. CoreShieldz will not leave adhesive residue on the stethoscope after removal.

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About us

Company details

A Disposable Protective Stethoscope Barrier

Every medical experience begins with a relationship: a doctor listening to and learning about a heartbeat. That moment, stethoscope to chest, is precisely why CoreShieldz™ was invented, because studies show that moment is potentially very dangerous for patients. Yes, dangerous. In a 2009 study, 78% of all stethoscopes were infected with MRSA, Staph or other microorganisms. Further studies have backed it up: Stethoscopes are often very dirty.

Infection Protection Made Easy.

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