Published in AIDS Weekly, August 14th, 2000
"Subcutaneous injections account for an increasing share of total needlestick injuries," reported I. Durand-Zaleski and colleagues from several facilities in France, who conducted a study "to document the possible cost-savings related to the introduction of a protected needle (safety shaft) used to administered LMWH."
Durand-Zaleski et al. presented data from their study at the 10th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, held in Stockholm, Sweden. The...
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