News & events
Current Equashield news and events
Equashield, a leading provider of closed system transfer devices (CSTDs) for safe and simple handling of hazardous drugs is attending the NZW summer in July 30-31, 2021 in Hamburg.
Equashield and SynTronic Introduce Award-Winning Closed System Transfer Devices to Protect Healthcare Workers in Brazil
Expansion of Activities in Latin America Highlights Leading Device Maker’s Ongoing Commitment to Supporting Safe Handling and Administration of Hazardous Drug
Equashield has the product and staff ready to ensure your facility can continue to deliver the care your patients and communities require. From sending onsite assistance to providing printed training material or remote support, we can continue to help protect your staff while abiding by the ever-changing rules and policies.
Leading CSTD Provider Expects Further Growth Through 2020 in Ongoing Mission to Protect Healthcare Workers from Hazardous Drug Exposure
For the First Time, Equashield Will Sell its Safety Products Directly to Healthcare Facilities in Europe, With Aagato Medical Supporting Logistics
New Agreement with PAL Medical Expands Availability of Equashield’s Award Winning CSTD to Include Japanese Oncology Nurses
Equashield is the first to introduce CSTDs to Romania, helping protect healthcare workers in light of increased demand for chemotherapy drugs
Equashield will demonstrate its state-of-the-art CSTD to veterinary medicine and animal care at upcoming industry trade shows including: European Society of Veterinary Oncology Congress in Frankfurt, Germany, May 23-25, and in the United States at the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) Forum in Phoenix, Arizona from 6-8 June, and Veterinary Cancer Society (VCS) in Houston, Texas from 17 – 19 October.
Equashield and Leaf Medical Ltd Expand Partnership to Improve Hospital Worker Safety in the United Kingdom. Equashield's expansion to the UK highlights the company's commitment to increasing safety measures for hazardous drug handlers across the globe
Mercury Healthcare to offer closed system transfer devices and provide market education on chemo safe handling through Chemo Safe Project, increasing knowledge and training for Kenyan healthcare workers