Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, January 31st, 2000
Researcher F. Mencl and colleagues from Akron, Ohio's Summa Health described the knowledge of emergency medical technicians (EMTs) regarding the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) universal precaution guidelines and transmission routes for HIV, hepatitis, meningitis, and tuberculosis (TB) and their perceived exposures to and concerns about these diseases ("EMTs' knowledge regarding transmission of infectious disease," Prehospital Emergency Care, January-March...
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