I prefer not to use the term “freehand” to describe the precise and simple practice of body piercing without the use of mechanical means to grasp the tissue.
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act In the States, medical devices are regulated by the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. Then called the Food and Drug Act, it was the first piece of legislation to result from investigative journalism, namely a novel titled “The Jungle” by Upton Sinclair. Sinclair described the filthy conditions of pre-WWI Chicago stockyards … Read more
Online Registration by Cvent | Summary – Association of Professional Piercers 15th Annual Conference and Exposition. We are now open for both Full Conference Pass registrations and Individual Class registrations! NEW! Hands-on workshops Attendees must sign up for a single workshop session in order to attend. This includes all Full Conference Pass attendees. This new approach … Read more
via Basics on Processing & Sterilization – Sterile & Materials Processing Department – University of Rochester Medical Center. URMC / Sterile & Materials Processing Department / Basics on Processing & Sterilization Basics on Processing & Sterilization Table of Contents Introduction Functions The Decontamination Process The Assembly & Packaging Process The Sterilization Process Quality Assurance Introduction The Sterile Processing Department (Central … Read more
Another article on choosing the right surgical prep solution Until Technicare returns… Infection Control Today – 09/2003: Surgical Prep : Surgical Prep: The Right Product for the Right Function. https://www.medcompare.com/matrix/2691/Antiseptic-Skin-Preparation-Solution-and-Gels.html https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2526523/ CHG risks Technicare substitutes
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This site is for musing, rambling, pontificating and sharing my philosophy, technique and motivations. Mostly this is about the refinement of body art and related ideas. I am interested in offering my point of view to discover what we can do together with your feedback. :: In community, Brian Skellie – January 2010