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Healthcare Personnel with Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, or HIV

Published: October 2020
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  • 14 pages
  • Spiral Bound
  • 80# Aqueous Coating
  • 4.25" x 7.25"
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About the Authors
Additional Information
  • Key Points
  • Definitions
  • Management
    • Responsibilities of Healthcare Organizations
      • Academic Institutions and Professional Schools
      • Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities
      • HCP Living with HBV
      • HCP Living with HCV
      • HCP Living with HIV
      • Oversight of HCP Living with a Bloodborne Pathogen
  • Tables
    • Factors Contributing to the Pathogenesis and Transmission Risk for HBV, HCV, and HIV
    • 2020 Viral Load Thresholds for Any Restrictions on HCP Practice
    • Categorization of Healthcare-Associated Procedures According to Level of Risk for Bloodborne Pathogen Transmission
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SHEA is dedicated to advancing the science and practice of healthcare epidemiology and preventing and controlling morbidity, mortality, and the cost of care linked to healthcare-associated infections. The society partners with epidemiologists, infectious disease practitioners, basic scientists, public health specialists, consumers, policymakers, and others, to achieve better healthcare outcomes.


This resource is for informational purposes only, intended as a quick-reference tool based on the cited source guideline(s), and should not be used as a substitute for the independent professional judgment of healthcare providers. Practice guidelines are unable to account for every individual variation among patients or take the place of clinician judgment, and the ultimate decision concerning the propriety of any course of conduct must be made by healthcare providers after consideration of each individual patient situation. Guideline Central does not endorse any specific guideline(s) or guideline recommendations and has not independently verified the accuracy hereof. Any use of this resource or any other Guideline Central resources is strictly voluntary.

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