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HIV testing: For source patients   English Spanish
Abstract: This handout is directed to source patients who are asked to have an HIV test when a UW employee, student or volunteer is accidentally exposed to blood or body fluids.
Author: Employee Health Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2002
UWMC Dept: Employee Health Services
Revised Date: 4/2008
Latex allergy: What you should know about latex allergy   English
Abstract: Discusses latex allergy, what it is, how contact with latex is made, where to go for help, who is at risk, how latex allergy develops, and how to know if latex allergy is present. Includes resources.
Author: Employee Health Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2000
UWMC Dept: Employee Health Services
Revised Date: 4/2008
 
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