Douglas C Jack

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Needlestick injuries are an inherent risk of handling needles during the course of veterinary practice. While significant effort has been expended to reduce needlestick injuries in human medicine, a relatively lax approach seems to be prevalent in veterinary medicine. It appears that needlestick injuries are very common among veterinary personnel and that(More)
  • Douglas C Jack
  • The Canadian veterinary journal = La revue véte…
  • 2005
F ew would doubt that animals, particularly companion animals, have enjoyed an enhanced status in our society in recent decades. No longer viewed merely in the agrarian context of providing food and labor assistance for humans, animals are now considered by many as close companions and, as evidenced in various reported studies, as “family members” and even(More)