Improper Military Jet Injector Vaccinations – Part 3

May 21, 2016

Nozzles Were Not Wiped: Vaccinators Held a Ped-O-Jet in Each Hand

These photographs capture the corpsmen with a jet injector in each of their hands. Remember, in Mr. Harrington’s own words, “There’s nothing recorded in the world that says that it wasn’t wiped.” Unequivocally these photographs capture the nozzles of these jet injectors were not wiped as the corpsmen have a jet injector in each hand and no other medical staff are standing in their immediate vicinity to cleanse the nozzle.

Mr. Harrington, you are a liar!

Wiping the tip of the nozzle does not eliminate the risk of cross-contamination. In the natural process of jet injection the internal components of the gun become contaminated and cannot be sterilized by the wiping of external components. However, the CDC stated, “the potential risk for bloodborne-disease transmission can be substantially reduced by swabbing the stationary injector tip with alcohol or acetone after each injection” (CDC, 1994).

1965 Fort Dix

(Army Fort Dix, 1965)

military mass jet injector vaccination

(unknown)

1969 Fort Campbell company a
(Army Fort Campbell Company A, 1969)

1969 Fort Polk Company E

(Army Fort Polk Company E, 1969)

1969 Fort Campbell company a- 2
(Army Fort Campbell Company A, 1969)

Improper Military Jet Injector Vaccinations – Part 4

References:

  • (CDC, 1994) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. General Recommendations on Immunization: Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 43:(RR-1):7–8, 1994.

 

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