收集、处理或贮存潜在感染脊灰病毒材料设施的风险最小化指南 [Guidance to minimize risks for facilities collecting, handling or storing materials potentially infectious for polioviruses]
This Guidance intends to facilitate the identification of materials potentially infectious for polioviruses within laboratories that handle human stool specimens, respiratory samples or environmental sewage. Depending on the place and time of collection, these materials may contain infectious polioviruses, which are eradicated (type 2) or nearly eradicated (types 1 and 3) in the wild. Identifying, eliminating the risk through destruction, or mitigating the risk of handling such materials is essential not only to maintain the safety of laboratory workers and their communities but also for the success of the global polio eradication effort.
世界卫生组织西太平洋区域办事处. (2018). 收集、处理或贮存潜在感染脊灰病毒材料设施的风险最小化指南 [Guidance to minimize risks for facilities collecting, handling or storing materials potentially infectious for polioviruses]. 马尼拉：世界卫生组织西太平洋区域办事处. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/276249. License: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 IGO
English version published by WHO headquarters with document number WHO/POLIO/18.03
Gov't Doc #WPR/2018/CHN/003
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