|Document ID (ISN)||101430|
|Convention or series no.
||Technical and immunological methods of preventing hepatitis B viral infections
||Sicherheitstechnische und immunologische Prńvention berufsbedingter Hepatitis-B-Virus-Infektionen [in German]|
||FFAS, Postfach 5171, Freiburg, Germany, 2001. 124p. Illus. 152 ref.
||03-0440.pdf [in German]
||In this thesis, a critical review of occupational hazards and epidemiology relating to hepatitis B infection was carried out, together with incidents that give rise to infections in occupational settings. The frequency with which the piercing of gloves occurred in hospital environments was also evaluated for the purpose of defining the conditions giving rise to such incidents. Results were compared to those of published studies. Despite the adoption of purely technical prevention measures such as wearing double-layer protective gloves or incision-resistant gloves, and protecting the skin to avoid skin diseases, protective vaccination remains an indispensable prevention measure.
||infectious hepatitis; prophylaxis; biological hazards; hospitals
||protective gloves; skin diseases; skin protection; vaccination; thesis
||E - Books, reports, proceedings
|Country / State or Province||Germany|
||Commerce, services, offices
|Broad subject area(s)
||Health care services
Bacterial and parasitic diseases
Viral diseases (other than aids)