OSHA BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS TRAINING Annual Update 2007 Overview Review of BBP Exposure Control Plan Hepatitis B Vaccination Control Measures Personal Protective Equipment Waste Management Post Exposure Management Abbreviations Used in This Presentation
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Adopted from USAF BBP Briefing Program
TYPES OF HEPATITIS
Hepatitis B (only HBeAg+)
1. Occupational exposure for all job tasks
2. Occupational exposure for some job tasks
with blood or OPIM possible.
for a patient.
Updated U.S. Public Health Service Guidelines for theManagement of Occupational Exposures to HBV, HCV, and HIV and Recommendations for Postexposure Prophylaxis
Bites resulting in blood exposure
Potentially infectious fluid or tissue
Presence of HBsAg
Presence of HCV antibody
Presence of HIV antibody
If source unknown, assess epidemiologic evidencePostexposure Management: Assessment of Infection Risk
**dependent on risk assessment regarding the setting, type and severity of exposure, type and amount of fluid/tissue exposed/transferred, HIV status of source, and susceptibility of the injured