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Stress of occupational exposure to blood or body fluids: managing the response.
Much JK; Cotteta TA
October 30, 1993
Medsurg Nurs. 1993 Feb;2(1):49-56. Unique Identifier : AIDSLINE

Education and universal precautions alone may be insufficient to ameliorate the potential crisis situation brought about by fear of occupational exposure to blood or body fluids. The authors discuss typical initial reactions to exposure and propose specific steps to be taken in this initial period prior to the introduction of medical exam and counseling.

Adult American Nurses' Association Counseling Female *Health Personnel Human HIV Infections/*PREVENTION & CONTROL/TRANSMISSION Male Needlestick Injuries/COMPLICATIONS *Occupational Exposure Occupational Health Services Practice Guidelines United States JOURNAL ARTICLE