Outpatient nursing jobs, and involuntary exposure to chemotherapy
August 30, 2011
Category: Nursing News
About 17% of nurses at outpatient chemotherapy infusion centers are prone to toxic drugs they deliver: study reports.
This recent study from the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center found that toxic drugs had adverse effect on eyes and skin of the nurses that work daily with it.The study was led by Christopher Friese, R.N., Ph.D., assistant professor, the University of Michigan School of Nursing. Read More