BMJ volume 295, issue 6589, P33-35 1987 DOI: 10.1136/bmj.295.6589.33 View full text
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D J Jeffries

Abstract: Intensive epidemiological studies of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection have shown that it is not transmitted in the community by casual or intimate non-sexual contact. There are only four known cases of health Selected guidelines care staff being infected through inoculation injuries despite the fact that Advisory Committee on Dangerous hundreds of people are known to have had penetrating wounds from Pathogens LAV/HTLV l1l. The Causative instruments and needles used for HIV positive patients. A larg…

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