The article that I chose to discuss is an article about a study that determined the exposure of Oncology nurses to hazardous drugs in an ambulatory setting. This study was performed using 12 different ambulatory centers. 378 nurses were studied. I wanted to read and study this article because this is exactly related to what I do. I am always trying to look at ways to reduce our exposure to hazardous drugs in our office. When we are administering chemo, we wear disposable gowns. We also wear chemo-tested and approved gloves. We are suppose to wear 2 pairs of gloves when administering chemo. I will not swear to you that we always wear 2 pair. We do have a spill kit for any chemo spills that may happen. I have only had 2 to happen in the 10 1/2 years I have worked there. We also used a closed system transfer device (CSTD). We implemented the CSTD last year. We started using one brand but it leaked. So after multiple attempts with this type, we switched to another brand. So far, we have not had any issues with this brand. I am open to any advice you may have on how we can decrease our chances of exposure to these hazardous drugs.