Device to permit recapping of syringes without risk of infection

Bessent, R.G.; Donnet, R.; Shaw, A.
August 1987
British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);8/1/1987, Vol. 295 Issue 6593, p307
Academic Journal
Examines the device in recapping of syringes without risk of infection. Features of the device; Advantages of the device in forming part of the equipment for giving intravenous or sampling blood; Procedure in administering injection using the device.


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