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STUDY ABOUT AWARENESS AND PRACTICES ABOUT HEALTH CARE WASTES MANAGEMENT AMONG HOSPITAL STAFF IN A MEDICAL COLLEGE HOSPITAL, BANGALORE STUDY ABOUT AWARENESS AND PRACTICES ABOUT HEALTH CARE WASTES MANAGEMENT AMONG HOSPITAL STAFF IN A MEDICAL COLLEGE HOSPITAL, BANGALORE

@inproceedings{Madhukumar2012STUDYAA,
  title={STUDY ABOUT AWARENESS AND PRACTICES ABOUT HEALTH CARE WASTES MANAGEMENT AMONG HOSPITAL STAFF IN A MEDICAL COLLEGE HOSPITAL, BANGALORE STUDY ABOUT AWARENESS AND PRACTICES ABOUT HEALTH CARE WASTES MANAGEMENT AMONG HOSPITAL STAFF IN A MEDICAL COLLEGE HOSPITAL, BANGALORE},
  author={Suwarna Madhukumar and Ganpisetti Ramesh},
  year={2012}
}
Background: The waste produced in the course of healthcare activities carries a higher potential for infection and injury than any other type of waste. Inadequate and inappropriate knowledge of handling of healthcare waste may have serious health consequences and a significant impact on the environment as well. Objective: The objective was to assess knowledge, attitude, and practices of doctors, interns, nurses, laboratory technicians, attenders and housekeeping staff regarding biomedical waste… 

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