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Video Abstract: Original Research: Antineoplastic Drug Administration by Pregnant and Nonpregnant Nurses: An Exploration of the Use of Protective Gloves and Gowns

Video Author: Shawn Kennedy
Published on: 12.18.2018
Associated with: January 2019, Volume 119, Issue 1; AJN The American Journal of Nursing. 119(1):28-35, January 2019

Despite longstanding recommendations for the safe handling of hazardous drugs, it’s not known whether nurses—including those who are pregnant—wear protective gloves and gowns when administering chemotherapeutic drugs. In this video, Christina C. Lawson, PhD, lead author of “Antineoplastic Drug Administration by Pregnant and Nonpregnant Nurses: An Exploration of the Use of Protective Gloves and Gowns,” introduces a study that examined this practice among nurses.

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