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Blood and Body Fluid Exposures in Health-Care Settings: Risk Reduction Practices and Postexposure Prophylaxis for Health-Care Workers

Auteur     Inci Narin
Auteur     Habip Gedik
Auteur     Andreas Voss
Résumé     This review of last year’s literature on blood-borne pathogens (= pathogenic microorganisms that are found in human blood) focuses on hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV), and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) as the most common pathogens, despite the fact that other microorganisms may cause blood-borne diseases as well. Since the prevention of blood-borne diseases is something that, in the past, has gotten a lot of attention and by now is fully integrated in all safety structures in the U.S., the recent literatures mainly have been come from resource-limited/developing countries and Europe (which, in the definition of the financial word at the present time, in some parts overlap).
Publication     Current infectious disease reports
Date     Oct 27, 2012

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