Sharps injury update from safety executive

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Intravenous news: HSE report “A sharps injury is an incident which causes a needle or sharp instrument, such as a scalpel (collectively referred to as sharps), to penetrate the skin. This is sometimes called a percutaneous injury. If the sharp is contaminated with blood or other body fluid, there is a potential for transmission of infection.”

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