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Healthcare worker safety: a vital component of surgical capacity development in low-resource settings.

Petroze RT, Phillips EK, Nzayisenga A, Ntakiyiruta G, Calland JF.

Int J Occup Environ Health. 2012 Oct-Dec;18(4):307-11. doi: 10.1179/2049396712Y.0000000005.

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Preventing needlestick injuries in healthcare settings.

Cutlip K.

Hosp Top. 2000 Winter;78(1):5-9. No abstract available.

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Bloodborne pathogens. What you need to know--Part I.

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Needlestick and sharps injury prevention.

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Online J Issues Nurs. 2004 Sep 30;9(3):5. Review.

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Preventing needlestick injuries.

Zanni GR, Wick JY.

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The prehospital needlestick.

Dailey MW, Dunn T.

Emerg Med Serv. 2000 Oct;29(10):68-76. No abstract available.

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Reducing scalpel injuries in the operating room.

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Work safety among Polish health care workers in respect of exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

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Risk of bloodborne pathogen exposure among Zambian healthcare workers.

Phillips EK, Simwale OJ, Chung MJ, Parker G, Perry J, Jagger JC.

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A prospective look at the burden of sharps injuries and splashes among trauma health care workers in developing countries: true picture or tip of iceberg.

Rajkumari N, Thanbuana BT, John NV, Gunjiyal J, Mathur P, Misra MC.

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The impact of U.S. policies to protect healthcare workers from bloodborne pathogens: the critical role of safety-engineered devices.

Jagger J, Perry J, Gomaa A, Phillips EK.

J Infect Public Health. 2008;1(2):62-71. doi: 10.1016/j.jiph.2008.10.002. Epub 2008 Nov 26. Review.

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The importance of implementing safe sharps practices in the laboratory setting in Europe.

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Biochem Med (Zagreb). 2014 Feb 15;24(1):45-56. doi: 10.11613/BM.2014.007. eCollection 2014. Review.

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Management of needlestick injuries in general dental practice.

Smith AJ, Cameron SO, Bagg J, Kennedy D.

Br Dent J. 2001 Jun 23;190(12):645-50.

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Post-exposure prophylaxis in resource-poor settings: review and recommendations for pre-departure risk assessment and planning for expatriate healthcare workers.

Vaid N, Langan KM, Maude RJ.

Trop Med Int Health. 2013 May;18(5):588-95. doi: 10.1111/tmi.12080. Epub 2013 Mar 6. Review.

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Sharps management and the disposal of clinical waste.

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Br J Nurs. 2009 Jul 23-Aug 12;18(14):860, 862-4. Review.

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Needlestick an sharps injuries among theatre care professionals.

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J Perioper Pract. 2010 Dec;20(12):440-5.

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