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    New measures to track sharps injuries have been introduced in the US.
    New measures to track sharps injuries have been introduced in the US.
  2. News
    Could sharps injury victims be at an increased risk of Parkinsons disease
    Scientists have identified a possible link between hepatitis C and Parkinson's disease, raising further concerns for sharps injury victims.
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    Needle mix up may have led to infection spread at Amsterdam clinic

    Improper use of needle-based equipment at an Amsterdam clinic may have resulted in the transmission of blood-borne infections.

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    Indias trainee doctors at greatest risk of sharps injuries
    A new report shows medical students in India are at high risk from potentially life-threatening needlestick injuries.
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    Suboptimal adherence to sharps safety procedures in US report finds
    New analysis of previous studies reveals a lax attitude to sharps safety guidelines throughout US hospitals.
  6. News
    Top 10 patient safety concerns for 2017 published
    What are the biggest patient safety concerns in 2017?
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    Hep C testing among baby boomers needs to improve to reduce sharps injury risk

    Low levels of hepatitis C testing among baby boomers may make sharps injuries more dangerous for healthcare workers treating this generation.

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    Patient Safety Awareness Week. March 12th through Saturday March 18th.
    Patient Safety Awareness Week in the US.
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    UK Health and Safety Executive announces sharps regulations review

    The Health and Safety Executive in the UK has announced a review into current sharps regulations in the country.

  10. News
    Needle safety gadget reduces insulin injection errors
    A specialist needle safety gadget has led to a significant reduction in insulin injection errors among diabetic individuals.
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    Could emphasising sharps safety procedures lead to higher vaccine uptake
    How highlighting needle safety procedures may lead to higher vaccine uptake among US teenagers.
  12. News
    Could emphasising sharps safety procedures lead to higher vaccine uptake
    How highlighting needle safety procedures may lead to higher vaccine uptake among US teenagers.