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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Determining the Awareness and Performance of Senior Dental Students and General Dentists in Bandar Abbas Regarding the Way of Dealing with Injuries Caused by Sharp Objects in 2018

Author: RAZIYEHSADAT REZVANINEJAD, RAYEHEHOSSADAT REZVANINEJAD, SAMANEH RAZAGHPOUR
Abstract: Introduction: Trauma caused by sharp objects is one of the most important problems that puts the dentists at the risk of blood-borne infections. The aim of this study is determining the awareness and performance of senior dental students and general dentists in Bandar Abbas regarding the way of dealing with traumas caused by sharp objects. Methods: In this descriptive-analytic study, a questionnaire was designed by the researcher and data on the level of awareness and performance of dentists regarding the needle stick issue was obtained. Finally, the data was analyzed using SPSS software. Findings: In this study, the mean score of awareness in men was 6.73, and it was 6. 23 in women, which showed that the awareness of men was slightly more than women. However, this difference was not statistically significant. In addition, the evaluation of the performance of dentists and students showed that the mean performance score of the students was 6.62, and for general dentists, it was 7.75. Conclusion: One of the reasons for increased damage caused by sharp objects during is ignoring the possibility of transmission of dangerous diseases such as hepatitis and AIDS and lack of effective annual retraining programs on infection control.
Keyword: Awareness and performance, Dentists, Needle stick
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