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Background of the Study
All activities of living thing on earth produce waste in some form or other. The fast decade witnessed a significant increase in public concern regarding medical waste disposal. The concern regarding medical waste is mainly due to the preparation of pathogenic organism and organic substances in hospital solid waste is significantly
high concentration. Poor waste management practices may lead to a negative risk on the health of the public (Combs, 2014).
Health care provides being the important professional who works collaborators with health care team have lots of responsibility in knowing the categories of hospital waste, segregation and practices management correct disposal on hospital waste helps in the reduction on nosocomial infection.
Significance of the study
1. To assess the knowledge on biomedical waste management among the staff
2. To associate the level of knowledge on waste management among staff nurses.
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