Injection safety: A global challenge

Hutin, Y.J.F.; Chen, R.T.
October 1999
Bulletin of the World Health Organization;1999, Vol. 77 Issue 10, p787
Academic Journal
Editorial. Comments on the efforts of the World Health Organization in promoting awareness of the risks of unsafe injection practices. Establishment of the Safe Injection Global Network program; Prevalence of injection-associated bloodborne pathogen infections in developing countries; Promotion of injection safety precautions during immunization.


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