Is Secondary Chemical Exposure of Hospital Personnel of Clinical Importance
De Groot, R., Van Zoelen, G.A., and Leenders, M., et al. (2021). Is Secondary Chemical Exposure of Hospital Personnel of Clinical Importance? Clinical Toxicology. 59(4):269-278.
This review examined secondary contamination and safety of healthcare personnel due to chemical exposures. The authors found that these risks were low assuming routine use of gloves and water-resistant gowns when caring for chemically contaminated patients.
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