Products on Sale
3-Ply Pleated Ear-loop Blue Face Mask
25/bx (CLIA Waived)
Our Price: $72.16
Sale Price: $65.60
Hydrox Laboratories D0012 Hydrogen Peroxide 3%
Our Price: $10.04
Sale Price: $7.72
Table Paper, Crepe Finish, White 18" x 125 ft
Our Price: $36.78
Sale Price: $24.54
Consignment inventory means: PREMIERE SCIENTIFIC is the owner of the inventory at the Customer’s place... like a "Vending Machine"
At Premiere Scientific we understand that not all operations are the same and each requires a unique solution. Our goal is to provide tailored solutions that work for you. Our services offerings include:
Impact of COVID-19 on Business Activity
As is known by all of us, our country is getting back to “normal” activities in a slow but safe step, which is the purpose of State and Country Authorities. In this order of ideas, we must continue respecting the measures placed to protect us against the virus transmission, and more importantly, we must keep the faith in God that these difficult times will be overcome sooner than later.
Most of Medical & Specialty Offices experienced operational challenges through the last weeks and adopted creative and efficient ways to continue serving their patients like telehealth or video calls. As part of the Medical Supplies Chain, PREMIERE SCIENTIFIC has faced new pressures and changes given that several factors associated with COVID-19 have impacted PPE (Protective Personal Equipment) stock, pricing, and shipment.
I can summarize the main issues in these bullet points:
As a result of all these unexpected factors, the pricing of PPE products has increased dramatically over the past 30-45 days.
In the middle of this situation, we have tried to pass only the price increases that we have incurred to our customers.
Keeping extremely careful safety measures, we think its time to gradually come back to our office to continue serving you, valuable customer, with the maximum of our capacity. For this reason, most of our office personnel started coming back to the office since May the 4th: Sales, Procurement, and Accounting Departments are now working at their regular job places. Some other colleagues will still remain working at home for some more days.
Finally, I want to thank you for your comprehension. We are sorry for the inconvenience that these extraordinary circumstances caused, we will continue working with the best of our capacity in order to keep our quality standards at all operational levels.
Jose Luis Gallegos
Premiere Scientific LLC
CDC now says coronavirus 'does not spread easily' via contaminated surfaces
States reopen their economies with plenty of strings attached in some places; David Lee Miller reports from New York.
Frequently Asked Questions and Advice
May 12, 2020
Source: The Coronavirus Outbreak [New York Times]
Is ‘Covid toe’ a symptom of the disease?
There is an uptick in people reporting symptoms of chilblains, which are painful red or purple lesions that typically appear in the winter on fingers or toes. The lesions are emerging as yet another symptom of infection with the new coronavirus. Chilblains are caused by inflammation in small blood vessels in reaction to cold or damp conditions, but they are usually common in the coldest winter months. Federal health officials do not include toe lesions in the list of coronavirus symptoms, but some dermatologists are pushing for a change, saying so-called Covid toe should be sufficient grounds for testing.
Gov. Greg Abbott's list of businesses that can reopen on May 18, under certain rules
Published on May 7, 2020
Gov. Greg Abbott has expanded the list of businesses allowed to reopen in a May 5 executive order that's part of a two-part plan to restart the Texas economy.
Coronavirus triggered a 'ruptured heart' in first reported US COVID-19 death
Livescience.com / 04.27.2020
An autopsy of the remains from the first known COVID-19 death in the U.S. has revealed that the person died from a ruptured heart triggered by the virus's attack, according to news reports.
ICD-10-CM Official Coding and Reporting Guidelines
April 1, 2020 through September 30, 2020
Code only a confirmed diagnosis of the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) as documented by the provider, documentation of a positive COVID-19 test result, or a presumptive positive COVID-19 test result. For a confirmed diagnosis, assign code U07.1, COVID-19. This is an exception to the hospital inpatient guideline Section II, H. In this context, “confirmation” does not require documentation of the type of test performed; the provider’s documentation that the individual has COVID-19 is sufficient.