AIDS autopsy precautions.
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Nov 01, 1985
Although there is no indication that the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome is a health hazard to hospital personnel, precautions should be taken to prevent inanimate objects and surfaces from becoming contaminated during the autopsy of a victim of AIDS. A third person should act as "circulator," the author advises, and he details the circulator's tasks.
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