Sharp definition

Sharp means any object used or encountered in the industries covered by subsection (a) that can be reasonably anticipated to penetrate the skin or any other part of the body, and to result in an exposure incident, including, but not limited to, needle devices, scalpels, lancets, broken glass, broken capillary tubes, exposed ends of dental wires and dental knives, drills and burs.
Sharp means Mr. Isadore Sharp;

Examples of Sharp in a sentence

It is the policy of Sharp Health Plan that when a generic is available, Sharp Health Plan does not cover the corresponding brand-name drug.

NOTE: Sharp objects must be placed in an impervious container and shall be properly disposed of.

Sharp edges on the penetrating structure must not come in contact with the synthetic material.

Please refer to the Member Handbook under Disposable Medical Supplies, Durable Medical Equipment, and Family Planning for information about medical devices covered by Sharp Health Plan.

Investigators will be expected to review Merck’s Code of Conduct as an appendix to the trial protocol, and in signing the protocol, agree to support these ethical and scientific standards.* In this document, "Merck" refers to Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.


More Definitions of Sharp

Sharp means an object used in or encountered when providing health care services that can be reasonably anticipated to penetrate the skin or any other part of the body and result in an exposure incident, including objects such as needle devices, scalpels, lancets, and broken glass.
Sharp means an item capable of causing a puncture or cut, including but not limited to a hypodermic needle, scalpel blade, and broken glassware, provided that (1) broken glassware shall not be deemed a sharp unless it is known to be contaminated with an infectious agent, and (2) a syringe, regardless whether a hypodermic needle is attached thereto, shall be deemed a sharp.
Sharp means an object used or encountered in a health care setting that can be reasonably anticipated to penetrate the skin or any other part of the body and to result in an exposure incident, including a needle device, a scalpel, a lancet, a piece of broken glass, a broken capillary tube, an exposed end of a dental wire, or a dental knife, drill, or bur.
Sharp means the butter is characterized by taste sensa- tions suggestive of salt.
Sharp means an object used or encountered in a health care setting that can be reasonably antici-
Sharp shall have the meaning set forth in Section 20.5.