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  • Needlestick and sharps injuries in orthopedic surgery residents and fellows. [Journal Article]
    Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol 2019; 40(11):1253-1257Snavely JE, Service BC, … Koval KJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: The incidence of NSSI during residency training is high, with >90% of trainees in their fifth year or later of training having received an injury during their training, with a mean of >4 separate events. Most trainees with an NSSI did not report all of their events, which implies that changes are needed in the incident reporting process universally.
  • National Evaluation of Needlestick Events and Reporting among Surgical Residents. [Journal Article]
    J Am Coll Surg 2019Yang AD, Quinn CM, … Bilimoria KY
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this comprehensive national survey of surgical residents, needlesticks occurred frequently. Many needlestick events were not reported and numerous reporting barriers exist. These findings offer guidance in identifying opportunities to reduce needlesticks and encourage reporting of these potentially preventable injuries among trainees.
  • Prevalence of needlestick injury among healthcare workers in Ethiopia: a systematic review and meta-analysis. [Journal Article]
    Environ Health Prev Med 2019; 24(1):52Yazie TD, Chufa KA, Tebeje MG
  • CONCLUSIONS: The pooled prevalence of needlestick injuries among Ethiopian healthcare workers was high. Therefore, efforts should be implemented to reduce the occurrence of injuries. Adequate protective equipment and safety-engineered devices should be supplied for the healthcare workers. It could be more effective to reduce the factors contributing to increased exposures through the allocation of adequate numbers of the healthcare workforce and implementing in-service training.
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