The relationship between the use of sharp instruments and the risks associated with health service workers: a systematic review protocol
Palavras-chave:Occupational exposure, Occupational risk, needlestick injuries, sharps injuries, accidental puncture.
Work accidents are characterized as those resulting from the exercise of work in the service of a company, which can harm the worker. health care workers suffer from the risk of exposure to contaminants and sharps in their daily practice. The handling of perforating material predominates as a situation of exposure to occupational accidents among health professionals, being the main source of disease transmission within the hospital environment. Thus, a systematic review is proposed to obtain relevant information on these risks in order to plan appropriate future interventions to avoid related negative consequences. Thus, following the preferred reporting items for systematic reviews and meta-analyzes protocols (PRISMA-P), this systematic review protocol was developed in order to provide guidelines appropriate for the development of research that can deliver results to meet objective sought. Five databases will be accessed (SCOPUS, PubMed, Science Direct, EBSCOhost and Web of Science) and a total of 9 keyword combinations will be used. This protocol is registered with PROSPERO under the code of PROSPERO CRD42020205684
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