Safety

Editor’s choice: Chemotherapy drugs and sterilizing agents put nurses at risk

OSHA Healthcare Connection, May 29, 2012

It’s no surprise that highly toxic chemicals, found in chemotherapy drugs and sterilizing agents used to clean medical devices, can be harmful to those who don’t take the proper precautions. What is surprising is that exposure to these chemicals continues to be an issue, and that is one of the feature articles of the May issue of Medical Environment Update.

Click here to read an excerpt.

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