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Protection against infection while working in the laboratory

Dear Sir or Madam,

Preventive measures contribute significantly to safety in the laboratory. In order to be able to concentrate fully on the job, laboratories have technical safety measures and safety levels to keep risks low as a preventive measure. Learn more about protected working in the laboratory in our article.

Stay healthy,

Melanie Prüser
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

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Topic of the Month: Laboratory safety: infection prevention
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Laboratory safety: infection prevention in the work area

Topic of the Month

Image: Microscope next to a screen showing pictures of bacteria cultures; Copyright: PantherMedia/shmeljov
What goes in, must not come out - and must also not cause harm to anyone working inside the lab. That's perhaps a nice way of summing up "laboratory safety" in one sentence - at least wherever pathogens are handled in biological and medical settings. The necessary laboratory safety precautions primarily depend on what is waiting "inside".
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Laboratory safety: infection prevention in the work area
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