Precautions for handling medical record paper
1. Precautions for preservation
Store the records in a cool and dry place.
Avoid exposing the recording paper to high temperature and high humidity, and avoid direct sunlight and fluorescent lights, as this will cause the surface of the recording paper to fade.
Do not expose the recording paper to an environment with a temperature higher than 50 degrees Celsius, and try to avoid liquid contamination.
2. Operation precautions
It is not allowed to contact the recording paper with adhesives, linoleum-tip pens, and diazo-treated copy paper. These items will cause the surface of the recording paper to discolor.
It is not allowed to contact the recording paper with materials made of vinyl chloride, plastic erasers, tape, linoleum-tip pens, and cinnabar ink pads. These items will cause the recording marks to fade.
The recording paper is not suitable for strong pressure. Scrubbing or scratches will cause the surface of the recording paper to change color.
3. High-quality recording paper is used in conjunction with the recording pen and thermal head of Nippon Optoelectronics.