Nonhospital healthcare workers at substantial risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens

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Description: The population at risk is large, since nonhospital based nurses represent a substantial portion of the overall nursing workforce; approximately 40% of the 2.3 million RNs in the U. S. are employed in non-hospital settings. Extrapolated to the entire non-hospital based RN workforce in the U.S., the authors estimate that the annual number of needlesticks in the nonhospital RN workforce may be in excess of 145,000 per year.
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