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Research data: NEEDLE PRICK INJURIES (NPI)
2008 Knowledge and experiences of Needle Prick Injuries (NPI) among nursing students at a university in Gauteng, South Africa
Background: Healthcare workers and students on training who are directly involved in treating and nursing patients face a great risk of acqu...