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Effect of polydeoxyribonucleotides on human fibroblasts in primary culture.
The effects of a mixture of oligo- and polydeoxyribonucleotides (PDRN) on the growth and protein secretion of cultured human skin fibroblasts were investigated. Both intact and DNAase-digested PDRNExpand
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[Update on the subject of epidemiology of blood-transmitted occupational infections].
Healthcare workers (HCW) are exposed to many different pathogens, and cases of occupational infection have been reported involving the vast majority of known and emerging agents. The risk is presentExpand
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Characterization and quantitation of the active polynucleotide fraction (PDRN) from human placenta, a tissue repair stimulating agent.
The polydeoxyribonucleotide (PDRN) fraction is an extract which forms the active component in a new formulation of the drug Placentex (a tissue repair stimulating agent), obtained from human placentaExpand
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Device-specific risk of needlestick injury in Italian health care workers.
OBJECTIVES To identify the types of medical devices causing needlestick injuries among Italian health care workers, to document the device-specific injury rates and time trends for differentExpand
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[Accidents due to biological risk in health personnel: descriptive epidemiological analysis of the decade 1994-2003].
The study evaluates the body fluid exposure among health care workers (HCW) at IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo of Pavia from the 1994 through 2003 years. Our data showed that all HCW for less than 5Expand
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Characterization of hepatitis C virus genotypes in an hemodialysis unit in Paysandú, Uruguay.
Hepatitis C virus types were investigated by using samples from eight sero-reactive and PCR positive patients attending our Hemodialysis Unit en Paysandú, Uruguay. After HCV RNA detection by reverseExpand
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[Accidents with risk of blood-borne infections in obstetricians: analysis of a hospital case records].
BACKGROUND Health care workers (HCW) are at high risk of accidental contact with biological fluids. In spite of extensive recom mendations concerning HCW accidents continue to be frequent and seem toExpand
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"Side" effects of HAART: decreasing and changing occupational exposure to HIV-infected patients.
To investigate percutaneous exposures to HIV in the highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) era, we performed an analysis of all percutaneous exposures reported from January 1994 to DecemberExpand
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