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Vaccine-Related Journal Articles

Topics of Interest: Needle safety

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Needle Safety 2013-2009
CDC Grand Rounds: Preventing Unsafe Injection Practices in the U.S. Health-Care System
Source: MMWR, May 31, 2013, Vol. 62(21):423-5
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Notes from the Field: Deaths from Acute Hepatitis B Virus Infection Associated with Assisted Blood Glucose Monitoring in an Assisted-Living Facility--North Carolina, August-October 2010
Source: MMWR, February 18, 2011, Vol. 60(06):182
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Acute Hepatitis B Outbreaks Related to Fingerstick Blood Glucose Monitoring in Two Assisted Living Facilities
Authors: Counard CA, Perz JF, Linchangco PC, et al
Source: J Am Geriatr Soc, February 2010, Vol. 58(2):306-11
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Infection Control Practices in Assisted Living Facilities: A Response to Hepatitis B Virus Infection Outbreaks
Authors: Patel AS, White-Comstock MB, Woolard CD, Perz JF
Source: Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol, March 2009, Vol. 30(3):209-14
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Needle Safety 2008
Nonhospital Health Care-Associated Hepatitis B and C Virus Transmission: United States, 1998-2008
Authors: Thompson ND, Perz JF, Moorman AC, Holmberg SD
Source: Ann Intern Med, January 6, 2009, Vol. 150(1):33-9
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Characteristics of Persons and Jobs with Needlestick Injuries in a National Data Set
Authors: Leigh JP, Wiatrowski WJ, Gillen M, Steenland NK
Source: Am J Infect Control, August 2008, Vol. 36(6):414-20
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Home Health Care Registered Nurses and the Risk of Percutaneous Injuries: A Pilot Study
Authors: Gershon RR, Pogorzelska M, Qureshi KA, Sherman M
Source: Am J Infect Control, April 2008, Vol. 36(3):165-72
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The National Study to Prevent Blood Exposure in Paramedics: Exposure Reporting
Authors: Boal WL, Leiss JK, Sousa S, Lyden JT, Li J, Jagger J
Source: Am J Ind Med, March 2008, Vol. 51(3):213-22
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Needlestick and Other Potential Blood and Body Fluid Exposures among Health Care Workers in British Columbia, Canada
Authors: Alamgir H, Cvitkovich Y, Astrakianakis G, et al.
Source: Am J Infect Control, February 2008, Vol.36(1):12-21
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Needle Safety 2007
Bacterial and Viral Contamination of Reusable Sharps Containers in a Community Hospital Setting
Author: Runner JC
Source: Am J Infect Control. 2007 October; 35(8):527-530
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Prevention of Needlestick Injuries: The need for strategic marketing to address health care worker misperceptions
Authors: Slater K, Whitby M, McLaws ML
Source: Am J Infect Control, October 2007; 35(8):560-562
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Occupational Exposures to Blood and Body Fluid: A study of medical students and health professions students in Virginia
Author: Askew SM
Source: AAOHN J, September 2007; 55(9):361-371
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Hospital Work Environments, Nurse Characteristics, and Sharps Injuries
Author: Clarke SP
Source: Am J Infect Control, June 2007; 35(5):302-309
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Needlestick Injuries among Surgeons in Training
Authors: Makary MA, Al-Attar A, Holzmueller CG, et al
Source: N Engl J Med, June 28, 2007; 356(26):2693-2699
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Preventing Needlestick Injuries
Authors: Zanni GR, Wick JY
Source: Consult Pharm, May 2007; 22(5):400-2, 404-6, 409
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Needle Safety 2006
The Health Beliefs of Hospital Staff and the Reporting of Needlestick Injury
Authors: Tabak N, Shiaabana AM, Shasha S
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing, October 2006; 15(10):1228-1239
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Needlestick Injuries in the United States
Authors: Lee JM, Botteman MA, Xanthakos N, Nicklasson L
Source: AAOHN Journal, March 2005, Vol. 53(3):117-133
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Needle Safety 2003
Risk of Transmission of Hepatitis B through Childhood Immunization in Northwestern China
Authors: Murakami H, Kobayashi M, Zhu X, Wakai S, Chiba Y
Source: Social Science & Medicine, November 2003, Vol. 57(10):1821-1832
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Transmission of Hepatitis B and C Viruses in Outpatient Settings--New York, Oklahoma, and Nebraska, 2000-2002
Source: MMWR, September 26, 2003, Vol. 52(38):901-6
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Ensuring Injection Safety During Measles Immunization Campaigns: More than Auto-Disable Syringes and Safety Boxes
Authors: Hersh BS, Carr RM, Fitzner J, et al
Source: Journal of Infectious Diseases, May 15, 2003, 187 Suppl 1:S299-309
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The Cost-Effectiveness of Policies for the Safe and Appropriate Use of Injection in Healthcare Settings
Authors: Dziekan G, Chisholm D, Johns B, et al
Source: Bulletin of the World Health Organization, April 2003, Vol. 81(4):277-285
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Best Infection Control Practices for Intradermal, Subcutaneous, and Intramuscular Needle Injections
Authors: Hutin Y, Hauri A, Chiarello L, et al
Source: Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 2003, Vol. 81(7):491-500
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Needle Safety 2002
Model-Based Estimates of Risks of Disease Transmission and Economic Costs of Seven Injection Devices in Sub-Saharan Africa
Authors: Ekwueme DU, Weniger BG, Chen RT
Source: Bulletin of the World Health Organization, November 2002, Vol. 80(11):859-870
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Prevalence of Safer Needle Devices and Factors Associated with Their Adoption: Results of a National Hospital Survey
Authors: Sinclair RC, Maxfield A, Marks EL, et al
Source: Public Health Reports, July-August 2002, Vol. 117(4):340-349
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Effects of Hospital Staffing and Organizational Climate on Needlestick Injuries to Nurses
Authors: Clarke SP, Sloane DM, Aiken LH
Source: American Journal of Public Health, July 2002, Vol. 92(7):1115-9
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Update: Preventing Needlesticks and their Nasty Consequences
Author: Schuman AJ
Source: Contemporary Pediatrics, July 2002
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Model-Based Estimates of Risks of Disease Transmission and Economic Costs of Seven Injection Devices in Sub-Saharan Africa
Authors: Ekwueme DU, Weniger BG, Chen RT
Source: Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 2002, Vol. 80(11):859-870
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Needle Safety 1999
Injection Safety: A Global Challenge
Authors: Hutin YJF, Chen RT
Source: Bulletin of the World Health Organization, October 1999, Vol. 77(10):787-866
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Unsafe Injections in the Developing World and Transmission of Bloodborne Pathogens: A Review
Authors: Simonsen L, Kane A, Lloyd J, Zaffran M, Kane M
Source: Bulletin of the World Health Organization, October 1999, Vol. 77(10):789-800
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Transmission of Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and Human Immunodeficiency Viruses Through Unsafe Injections in the Developing World: Model-Based Regional Estimates
Authors: Kane A, Lloyd J, Zaffran M, Simonsen L, Kane M
Source: Bulletin of the World Health Organization, October 1999, Vol. 77(10):801-7
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The Cost of Unsafe Injections
Authors: Miller MA, Pisani E
Source: Bulletin of the World Health Organization, October 1999, Vol. 77(10):808-11
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Sterilizable Syringes: Excessive Risk or Cost-Effective Option?
Authors: Battersby A, Feilden R, Nelson C
Source: Bulletin of the World Health Organization, October 1999, Vol. 77(10):812-19
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