Accidental bloodborne infection of first responders in Thailand

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This cross-sectional survey aimed to determine knowledge and obstacles of FRs in prevention of bloodborne infections including accidents from blood contact at work” Unahalekhaka (2016).

Abstract:

First responders (FRs) are at high risk of acquiring bloodborne infections. This cross-sectional survey aimed to determine knowledge and obstacles of FRs in prevention of bloodborne infections including accidents from blood contact at work.

Reference:

Unahalekhaka, A. (2016) Reducing Knowledge and Obstacles in Prevention of Bloodborne Infections among First Responders in Northern Thailand. American Journal of Infection Control. 44(6), Supplement, p.S83.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ajic.2016.04.089

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