China leads WHO campaign to end re-use of syringes

February 2000
Australian Nursing Journal;Feb2000, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p17
Advocates the campaign of the World Health Organization in ending the re-use of hypodermic needles with China as the leading country adopting the `one syringe, one injection' policy. Risk of re-using syringes.


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