This course examines the factors that influence the background, symptoms, treatment and likelihood of fluid injection injuries – specifically identifying people who are most at risk and how such an injury should be treated.
Fluid injection injuries are not common but have been known to occur at pressures as low as 6.9 bar (100 psi). The material injected can include (but is not limited to): oil, grease, paint, paint thinners, water and air.
The people most at risk do not only include those who work in the mobile replacement hose business, anyone who works around equipment under pressure (both hydraulic and pneumatic) is at risk.
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