Invaded

Released on 01/09/2016

Key Learning Points

  • Flunitrazepam
  • Genital and nongenital injuries
  • HIV prophylaxis following sexual assault
  • Prophylaxis against sexually transmitted infections
  • Sample Collection
  • Sexual Assault kit

References

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