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Needlestick injuries remain stubbornly common, despite a long-standing federal law and worker safety regulations requiring an annual review of safety devices. Forging a path to improvement requires collaboration with hospital purchasing and quality improvement, says the coordinator of the nation’s most comprehensive needlestick surveillance system.

Progress lags on needlestick prevention

Massachusetts hospitals rate same for 3 years, 44% of sharps injuries in the OR