Published in Hospital Business Week, November 1st, 2009
"Of 136 exposure injuries, 87 (64.0%) were in surgeons, and 49 (36.0%) were in scrub nurses. Surgeons were most commonly injured during suturing (49, 56%), followed by ''handing over sharps'' (7, 8%), whereas scrub nurses were most commonly injured during ''counting and sorting of sharps'' (15, 41%). followed by ''handing over sharps,''...
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