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Best practices for phlebotomy needlestick prevention

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September 1, 2012

Since the passage of the Needlestick Safety and ­Prevention Safety Act in November 2000, the healthcare sector has made significant progress in reducing the number of needlestick injuries among frontline employees, particularly nurses; however, phlebotomy procedures are still an area of concern for healthcare workers.

Since the passage of the Needlestick Safety and Prevention Safety Act in November 2000, the healthcare sector has made significant progress in reducing the number of needlestick injuries among frontline employees, particularly nurses; however, phlebotomy procedures are still an area of concern for healthcare workers.

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