Práctica de inyecciones seguras por parte del personal de la salud: revisión integrativa

Safe injection practice by health personnel: an integrative review

Prática de injeções seguras por parte do pessoal da saúde: revisão integrativa

  • Olga Lucía Gaitán-Gómez Universidad Simón Bolívar (Colombia)
  • Patricia Aristizábal Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (México)
  • Luz Stella Bueno Robles Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Colombia)
Palabras clave: inyecciones, personal de salud, prestación de atención de salud, salud, revisión
Key-words: injections, health personnel, provision of healthcare, health, review
Palavras chave: injeções, profissionais da saúde, prestação de atenção em saúde, saúde, revisão

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Gaitán-Gómez, Olga Lucía; Aristizábal, Patricia; Bueno Robles, Luz Stella. Práctica de inyecciones seguras por parte del personal de la salud: revisión integrativa. Investigación en Enfermería: Imagen y Desarrollo. 2020; 22: 1-0. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/id/2210id [acceso: 20/04/2021]
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