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Title: Assessment of the Knowledge and Practice of Universal Precaution for the Prevention of HIV Transmission by Health Workers in Mangu Local GovernmentArea of Plateau State Nigeria
Authors: Chingle, Moses
Miner, Chundung
Obadiah, Musa
Apagu, Adiel
Lar, Luret
Agbo, Hadiza
Banwat, Mathilda
Envuladu, Esther
Jonathan, Daboer
Chirdan, Oluwabunmi
Chikaike, Ogbonna
Zoakah, Ayuba
Isa, Samson
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: The NIgerian Health Journal
Series/Report no.: Vol.13;No.3; Pp 131-137
Abstract: The increasing prevalence of HIV increase the risk that health workers will be exposed to patients infected with HIV, especially when blood and body-fluid precautions are not followed for all patients. The objective 0f the study was to assess the knowledge of health workers on HIV/AIDS as well as their practice of universal precaution with regards to HIV/AIDS.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1859
ISSN: 1597-4292
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