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Absence of acute adverse in-vitro effects on AS-1 RBCs and whole blood-derived platelets following prolonged exposure to 13.56 MHz radio energyDAVIS, Rodeina; GOTTSCHALL, Jerome; GUTIERREZ, Alfonso et al.Transfusion (Philadelphia, PA). 2010, Vol 50, Num 7, pp 1596-1603, issn 0041-1132, 8 p., 2Article

Stick and Tell: A Survey of Emergency Medicine Residents and Needlestick ExposuresZURAW, Jessica; SANFORD, Gretchen; WINSTON, Lori et al.Infection control and hospital epidemiology. 2013, Vol 34, Num 10, pp 1116-1118, issn 0899-823X, 3 p.Article

Incidence and patterns of needlestick injuries during intermaxillary fixationBALI, Rishi; SHARMA, Parveen; GARG, Amandeep et al.British journal of oral & maxillofacial surgery. 2011, Vol 49, Num 3, pp 221-224, issn 0266-4356, 4 p.Article

Needlestick Injuries among Employees at a Nationwide Retail Pharmacy Chain, 2000―2011DE PERIO, Marie A.Infection control and hospital epidemiology. 2012, Vol 33, Num 11, pp 1156-1158, issn 0899-823X, 3 p.Article

Needlestick injuries: A survey of doctors working at tertiary care hospitals of RawalpindiKHURRAM, Muhammad; IJAZ, Khushnood; HAMAMA TUL BUSHRA et al.Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association. 2011, Vol 61, Num 1, pp 63-65, issn 0030-9982, 3 p.Article

A prospective study of multiple donor exposure blood recipients: surveillance value and limitations for hemovigilanceSHIMIAN ZOU; YANYUN WU; FUJII, Karen et al.Transfusion (Philadelphia, PA). 2010, Vol 50, Num 1, pp 128-138, issn 0041-1132, 11 p.Article

Blood transfusion exposure in Denmark and SwedenKAMPER-JØRGENSEN, Mads; EDGREN, Gustaf; ROSTGAARD, Klaus et al.Transfusion (Philadelphia, PA). 2009, Vol 49, Num 5, pp 888-894, issn 0041-1132, 7 p.Article

Provision and use of personal protective equipment and safety devices in the National Study to Prevent Blood Exposure in ParamedicsMATHEWS, Rahel; LEISS, Jack K; LYDEN, Jennifer T et al.American journal of infection control. 2008, Vol 36, Num 10, pp 743-749, issn 0196-6553, 7 p.Article

Q202: Accident d'exposition au sang: le risque zéro n'existe pas = Q202: Accidental exposure to blood: zero risk does not existROUDIERE, Laurent; VIARD, Jean-Paul.La Revue du praticien (Paris). 2012, Vol 62, Num 7, pp 993-994, issn 0035-2640, 2 p.Article

A Simple, Inexpensive Means to Minimize Suture Hitchhiker Sharps Injury in the Setting of a Limited Surgical Workspace. CommentaryCHRASTIL, Brenda; WANITPHAKDEEDECHA, Rungsima; NGUYEN, Tri H et al.Dermatologic surgery. 2008, Vol 34, Num 9, pp 1226-1228, issn 1076-0512, 3 p.Article

Blood exposure risk during procedural dermatologyHOLZMANN, Ruth D; LIANG, Michelle; NADIMINTI, Hari et al.Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. 2008, Vol 58, Num 5, pp 817-825, issn 0190-9622, 9 p.Article

Effects of internal and external distraction and focus during exposure to blood-injury-injection stimuliOLIVER, Naomi S; PAGE, Andrew C.Journal of anxiety disorders. 2008, Vol 22, Num 2, pp 283-291, issn 0887-6185, 9 p.Article

Issues in Understanding the Impact of the Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act on Hospital Sharps InjuriesPHILLIPS, Elayne Kornblatt; CONAWAY, Mark; PARKER, Ginger et al.Infection control and hospital epidemiology. 2013, Vol 34, Num 9, pp 935-939, issn 0899-823X, 5 p.Article

Management of Needlestick Injuries: A House Officer Who Has a NeedlestickHENDERSON, David K.JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association. 2012, Vol 307, Num 1, pp 75-84, issn 0098-7484, 10 p.Article

Fréquence des accidents exposant au sang chez les étudiants en médecine à Marrakech = Frequency of blood exposure accidents among medical students in MarrakechADARMOUCH, L; SEBBANI, M; MOUWAFAQ, S et al.Médecine et maladies infectieuses. 2011, Vol 41, Num 3, pp 158-160, issn 0399-077X, 3 p.Article

Knowledge, attitudes and practices of medical students regarding needle stick injuriesSALEEM, Taimur; KHALID, Umair; ISHAQUE, Sidra et al.Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association. 2010, Vol 60, Num 2, pp 151-156, issn 0030-9982, 6 p.Article

Characteristics of persons and jobs with needlestick injuries in a national data setLEIGH, J. Paul; WIATROWSKI, William J; GILLEN, Marion et al.American journal of infection control. 2008, Vol 36, Num 6, pp 414-420, issn 0196-6553, 7 p.Article

Registration of Blood Exposure Accidents in the Netherlands by a Nationally Operating Call CenterSCHNEEBERGER, Peter M; MEIBERG, Annemarie E; WARMELTS, Janet et al.Infection control and hospital epidemiology. 2012, Vol 33, Num 10, pp 1017-1023, issn 0899-823X, 7 p.Article

Survey of needle-stick injuries in paediatric health personnel of 5 University Hospitals in TehranSHIVA, Farideh; SANAEI, Anahita; AHMAD REZA SHAMSARI et al.Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association. 2011, Vol 61, Num 2, pp 127-131, issn 0030-9982, 5 p.Article

Variation in interpretation and counselling of blood exposure incidents by different medical practitionersVAN WIJK, Paul Th. L; PELK-JONGEN, Marianne; WIJKMANS, Clementine et al.American journal of infection control. 2008, Vol 36, Num 2, pp 123-128, issn 0196-6553, 6 p.Article

Chinks in the armor: Percutaneous injuries from hollow bore safety-engineered sharps devicesBLACK, Lisa.American journal of infection control. 2013, Vol 41, Num 5, pp 427-432, issn 0196-6553, 6 p.Article

Ditch the pinch: Bilateral exposure injuries during subcutaneous injectionBLACK, Lisa.American journal of infection control. 2013, Vol 41, Num 9, pp 815-819, issn 0196-6553, 5 p.Article

Needlestick Injury Rates According to Different Types of Safety-Engineered Devices: Results of a French Multicenter StudyTOSINI, William; CIOTTI, Céline; GOYER, Floriane et al.Infection control and hospital epidemiology. 2010, Vol 31, Num 4, pp 402-407, issn 0899-823X, 6 p.Article

An Enzyme-Mediated Assay to Quantify Inoculation Volume Delivered by Suture Needlestick Injury : Two Gloves Are Better Than OneLEFEBVRE, Daniel R; STRANDE, Louise F; HEWITT, Charles W et al.Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 2008, Vol 206, Num 1, pp 113-122, issn 1072-7515, 10 p.Article

Needlestick injuries in a major teaching hospital : The worthwhile effect of hospital-wide replacement of conventional hollow-bore needlesWHITBY, Michael; MCLAWS, Mary-Louise; SLATER, Karen et al.American journal of infection control. 2008, Vol 36, Num 3, pp 180-186, issn 0196-6553, 7 p.Article

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