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BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS

03 Feb 2020 8:10 PM | Abigail Maldonado

Risks from bloodborne pathogens are most commonly associate with exposure to the fallowing body fluids:  

Blood : This included exposure to blood through needle sticks and sharp injuries, as  well as skin and mucous membrane  exposure.

Semen, vaginal secretions urine, feces, saliva ,vomit, tears nasal secretion.  

There are 26 different viruses That have been shown as a result of occupational exposure.

The most common bloodborne diseases are hepatitis  B( HBV) ,Hepatitis C (HCV),and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)

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