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I am looking for information on infections contracted in dental settings in the US. I cannot seem to find anything online and am wondering if you could point me in the right direction?
Do all dental offices have to offer the Hepatitis B vaccine free of charge to employees who may come in contact with blood & bodily fluids?
My question is what is the protocol for treating patient bites that break skin/have bleeding in the dental setting?
What vaccinations are required to be given by the dentist. It was Hepatitis B and possibly Flu. Now they have added more such as MMR/meningcoccal? Can the HCW decline these?
Seeing that TB is an air bourne transmitted infection, is the WHO providing guidelines as how to reduce the spread including immunisation?
I have recently had my Hepatitis B antibody titer checked and it came back negative. I had the Hepatitis B series during my first year in dental school in 1988 and have never had a titer checked until now. Wondering what the recommendations would be for booster vs repeat series of immunizations.
Are there any new guidelines on Ebola?
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