Born, David O.
July 1987
Saturday Evening Post;Jul/Aug87, Vol. 259 Issue 5, p28
Discusses preventive measures that dentists need to take in order to minimize the risk of contracting and transmitting infectious diseases. Risk factors associated with hepatitis; Risks for infection that arise from the nature of dental practice; Dental organizations' encouragement of their members to be vaccinated against the hepatitis virus; Ways to determine if a dentist is following proper infection control measures.


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