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Needlestick Injury

 

This page is a guide to information and resources on needlestick and related issues. It aims to:

 

  1. Educate and help provide a safe work and living environment in the handling and disposal of sharps.

  2. Provide information on what to do if injured by a sharp or contaminated with body fluids.

  3. Be a useful resource in collecting and making available up to date information on needlestick and related issues.

"The information provided on nurses.info is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor and his/her physician."
 

Page Updated: Tuesday, 09 March 2010




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