Health Economics & Outcome Research: Open Access

ISSN - 2471-268X

Biodefence Peer Reviewed Journals

Biological hazards, otherwise called biohazards, allude to organic substances that represent a danger to the health of living organic entities, primarily that of humans. This can include medicinal waste or specimens of a microorganism, virus or toxin (from a living source) that can influence human health. It can additionally include substances destructive to animals. Biosafety Journal of OMICS is the leading and top Journals in the scientific community of Open Access journals. Work-related accidents involving biological fluids in health care staff (HCWs) area unit among the foremost frequent and most serious accidents, which may result in the event of assorted diseases. activity exposure among these staff, additional specifically among nurses, may be attributed to many direct or indirect factors, like integral and direct care to patients, administering medication and dressing wounds,

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