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Safety management of nasopharyngeal specimen collection from suspected cases of coronavirus disease 2019
Qian, Y.
Zeng, T.
Wang, H.
Xu, M.
Chen, J.
Hu, N
Chen, D
Liu, Y
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This article introduces safety management strategies of nasopharyngeal specimen collection from suspected cases of coronavirus disease 2019 in a tertiary designated hospital. The key points includes establishing a special sampling room, strict sterilization of the entire environment, training of professional nurses, enhancement of personal protection, standardization of methods and processes for swab collection, and a timely and safety sample submission. More than 11,000 nasopharyngeal specimens were collected by eight nurses, with an average of 1375 specimen swab collections each nurse, and no one was infected.
International Journal of Nursing Sciences
2020
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https://coronavirus.1science.com/item/c07b95473aa79ddadbd85decbbba573b8999f7b4
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VIRUS RESPIRATORIOS
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