Various types of medical labels

Applied to medical charts, files and folders, syringes, blood bags, gloves, medical equipment and more, medical labels help you provide safe and effective care and treatment to pet patients.

Veterinary syringe labels capture and convey information about the contents of syringes, and are useful in a variety of animal care settings, including animal hospitals, veterinary clinics and pet shelters. Including names of a variety of drugs given to animals, pre-cut syringe labels often feature color-coding to identify their contents easily. Often, they include information about the date and time when you need to administer the medication to the pet patient.

Create an easy and efficient system to track the various drugs at your veterinary clinic with medication labels. These minimize the potential for errors when administering drugs to pet patients. CeilBlue carries a wide selection of medication labels for commonly used drugs such as antibiotics, insulin and painkillers. 

Also, there are blood labels that identify the contents of the blood bag. Blood labels mention if the bag needs refrigeration, time of collection, and so forth. Allergy labels and patient advisory labels call to attention existing health conditions, medical alerts and drug reactions. Other label types include patient chart labels, infection control labels, insurance labels, billing labels, diagnostic imaging labels and more.

Choosing labels for a veterinary practice

When choosing medical labels there are few important items to consider. This ensures the labels you're purchasing serve the needs of your practice. A strong adhesive is the most important benchmark of a label. The adhesive needs to stay strong under various clinical settings such as refrigeration or freezing, ensuring the label never peels off.

Clear graphics with common and easy-to-understand signs and symbols on a label are important features. This provides an easy way for practitioners and staff to sort and organize vital data such as patient allergies or hazards. Labels with standard color coding help you classify common drugs quickly, allowing you and your staff identify drugs and medications.

Medical labels need to stand up to water, heat and chemicals. Smudge-proof labels with lamination are highly recommended. These provide enhanced protection, preventing important communication on the labels from getting lost.

Checkout CeilBlue for an entire selection of veterinary labels and tape. Our supplies help you deliver the best quality care to all four-legged patients.