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Bloodborne Pathogens For Ambulatory Care: A Sharper Image
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Bloodborne Pathogens For Ambulatory Care: A Sharper Image

More than half a million sharp-related injuries occur each year, according to OSHA. Safety devices now include needleless systems and engineered protective devices for needles and other sharps. Studies show that sharps safety devices may significantly reduce your risk of injury during procedures such as joining IV lines, drawing blood, injecting medications and suturing during surgery.

  • Covers Hepatitis B and C Virus
  • Transmission and exposure to HIV
  • Hepatitis B vaccine
  • Standard Precautions
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Safe Work Practices
  • Sharps Safety

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