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US foodborne illnesses rise, even as agencies address safety. Hrushka, Anna Jul 1, 2019 368
United States : Quest Diagnostics Statement on the AMCA Data Security Incident. Jun 15, 2019 268
Medical laboratory safety management. Eden, Paul R.; Hanson, James F. Oct 1, 2018 1549
Parazitoloji Laboratuvarinda Laboratuvar Guvenligi/Laboratory Safety in Parasitology Laboratory. Yucesan, Banucicek; Ozkan, Ozcan Jun 1, 2018 5471
Legal liability in urine drug testing: Could your lab be exposed? Pappert, Gerhard; Hoyt, Carlton; Duperron, Yves-Vincent Jun 1, 2018 1755
A longitudinal study--Morbidity profile among clinical laboratory personnel in a private tertiary care hospital in Bengaluru, South India. Ashwini, G.S.; Joseph, Bobby; Ramakrishna, Goud B. Report Mar 1, 2018 5059
Strategies for avoiding amplicon contamination in the molecular laboratory. Brunstein, John Feb 1, 2018 1765
QU-CHS talk focuses on siege impact on lab sector. Jan 20, 2018 424
QU-CHS seminar addresses the impact of the blockade on the laboratory sector and food and medicine safety. Jan 15, 2018 432
Sexual harassment and the lab. Lenhoff, Alan Editorial Jan 1, 2018 603
Class Ii Biosafety Cabinet. Nov 1, 2017 143
Building an effective PPE program. Ross, John May 1, 2017 905
Selecting statistical procedures for quality control planning based on risk management. Yago, Martin; Alcover, Silvia Report Jul 1, 2016 4660
130 uniforms of laboratory shirts and pants and coats 66 clinical laboratory biosafety / see details on attached technical specifications. Jul 14, 2015 177
How clinical laboratories can safely manage specimens from persons under investigation for Ebola virus disease. Nov 1, 2014 973
Quality laboratory management in infectious disease. Casados, Rose Mary Nov 1, 2014 1244
Automatic lighter pedal contact or biosafety cabinet wireless clinical laboratory biosafety cabinet supports esco, model ac2-4e1, serial 2009-40446. Value with freight included. Delivery address: a. P. Nov 11, 2013 147
Patient safety and the medical laboratory: an introduction. Otto, Catherine N. Report Mar 22, 2011 1271
Patient safety and the medical laboratory using the IOM aims. Otto, Catherine N. Report Mar 22, 2011 3273
Improving patient safety: lessons from other disciplines. Golemboski, Karen Report Mar 22, 2011 3769
Just culture-changing the environment of healthcare delivery. Morris, Susan Report Mar 22, 2011 2966
Blood bank safety practices: mislabeled samples and wrong blood in tube--a Q-Probes analysis of 122 clinical laboratories. Grimm, Erin; Friedberg, Richard C.; Wilkinson, David S.; AuBuchon, James P.; Souers, Rhona J.; Lehma Aug 1, 2010 6172
Good Laboratory Practices and safety assessments. Becker, Richard A.; Janus, Erik R.; White, Russell D.; Kruszewski, Francis H.; Brackett, Robert E. Nov 1, 2009 1435
Good Laboratory Practices: Myers et al. respond. Myers, John Peterson; Saal, Frederick S. vom; Taylor, Julia A.; Akingbemi, Benson T.; Arizono, Koji; Nov 1, 2009 1554
Basic exploratory research versus guideline-compliant studies used for hazard evaluation and risk assessment: bisphenol A as a case study. Tyl, Rochelle W. Report Nov 1, 2009 10113
Address deficiencies in bloodborne pathogens exposure management. Williams, Dionne Jul 1, 2009 975
Addressing management issues. Pontius, Anne Jul 1, 2009 1546
An examination of factors related to radiation protection practices. Slechta, Anita Marie; Reagan, Janet Thompson Mar 1, 2008 5432
Wireless, paperless, anything but careless. Thibault, Megan Feb 1, 2008 1258
What you don't know really can hurt you. Aldous, Wade Report Jan 1, 2008 2139
Appendix C: biologic safety levels. Romich, Janet Amundson Table Jan 1, 2008 507
CMS rejects new safety standards petition for genetic-testing labs. Nov 1, 2007 338
Solving the puzzle of laboratory preparedness: the National Response Plan. Gonzales, Richard Cover story Nov 1, 2007 5714
Marital spat spills into the lab. Harty-Golder, Barbara Dec 1, 2006 990
What HR 686 means to American patients. Cummings, Elijah Nov 1, 2006 808
Is there meth-od to this madness? Bersch, Carren Editorial Aug 1, 2006 579
Laboratory training: safety at any age. Gile, Terry Jo Aug 1, 2005 1946
Influence of practicable virus inactivation procedures on tests for frequently measured analytes in plasma. Hersberger, Martin; Nusbaumer, Charly; Scholer, Andre; Knopfli, Verena; von Eckardstein, Arnold May 1, 2004 1927
Another privacy issue: slide disposal. Harty-Golder, Barbara Apr 1, 2004 572
McClellan eyes challenges. Feb 16, 2004 538
Lab safety enhanced. Sembiante, Tana Dec 1, 2003 1230
National security and the lab. Atlas, Ronald Sep 1, 2003 863
The war may be global, but the battles are local. (Washington Report). Schwartz, Dr. Jared N. Jun 1, 2003 750
Incorporating HIPAA-relevant language into new vendor agreements. (Liability and the Lab). Harty-Golder, Barbara Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 852
The OSHA lowdown on occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. Gile, Terry Jo Jun 1, 2001 3447
Lab worker in Michigan dies. (In Brief). Brief Article Mar 1, 2001 101
New OSHA bloodborne pathogens standard clarifies need for employers to select safer needle devices. (Washington Report). Szabo, Joan Mar 1, 2001 773
Appropriate shoes for female laboratorians. Frings, Christopher S. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 1030
When disaster strikes: One laboratory's experience. Pendleton-Burke, Julie Oct 1, 2000 2972
Biological weapons: Preparing for the worst. Leach, Donna L.; Ryman, Denny G. Sep 1, 2000 7179
States grapple with lab test safety; negotiated rulemaking panel has final meeting. Szabo, Joan Oct 1, 1999 732
A hospital staves off security ills. Parente, Genilee Swope Sep 1, 1998 2677
Safety in the lab: practices and predictions. Maher, Lisa Sep 1, 1996 2200
Here's how to keep your safety program on track. Tajiani, Sally Dec 1, 1995 1309
Safety precautions ignored when babies visit the lab. Sep 1, 1992 504
Safety protocols no lab can ignore. Brown, James W.; Blackwell, Helen May 1, 1992 1765
Teaching your staff about biosafety. Brown, James W.; Blackwell, Helen Apr 1, 1992 1891
AIDS precautions in practice. Barman, Marcia Ringel Apr 1, 1990 5593
Body substance isolation: a comprehensive method for infection control. Luebbert, Peggy Prinz Apr 1, 1990 3132
Lab groups criticize OSHA rules for AIDS, hepatitis B protection. Nov 1, 1989 1443
Protection against lab-acquired infection: a new safety manual. Hallam, Kris Bibliography Jan 1, 1988 989
Urgent need to reassess lab safety policies. Barros, Annamarie column Oct 1, 1987 833
Hazardous chemicals and employees' right to know; state and federal laws require that employers provide adequate information and training about hazardous chemicals in the workplace. LeFever, David; Martin, Bettina G. Aug 1, 1987 1433
OSHA will soon issue new rules on toxic substances. May 1, 1987 1350
Could your lab deal with a nuclear accident? Woodrum, Christine E. Mar 1, 1987 1577
I thought I was immune to hepatitis B. Ramaley, Shirley A. Jan 1, 1987 2248
How serious are you about lab safety? Maratea, James M. column May 1, 1986 605
AIDS and the lab: infection control guidelines; with recommended precautions, laboratory personnel face no risk of contracting AIDS through on-the-job exposure. Valenti, William M. Feb 1, 1986 2000
AIDS: are laboratorians at risk? FitzGibbon, Robert J. column Apr 1, 1985 671
The risk and cost of hepatitis B exposure in the lab. Kirkman-Liff, Bradford L.; Dandoy, Suzanne E. Oct 1, 1984 1422

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