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"St. Vincent Hospital regards Advances In Exposure Prevention as the state-of-the-art source for methods of reducing blood and body fluid exposures and sharp-object injuries. The information in AEP is timely and practical. Without AEP, our continuous quality improvements for reducing exposures would not be as advanced as they are today."
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"The information in AEP is very timely, providing both direction and literature support for our Needlestick Task Force in its efforts to reduce blood and body fluid exposures to our health care workers."
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