A follow-up evaluation to a needle-free i.v. system.


In 1989, one hospital noted a high rate of puncture wounds among healthcare workers, many injuries considered preventable. Beginning in 1990, strategies were developed in conjunction with the hospital's Blood and Body Fluid Exposure Task Force. In 1991, the hospital instituted a needle-free system in addition to employee and product educational programs… (More)


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