Guideline for infection control in hospital personnel
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acute agents antigen atitis aureus BCG vaccination Carriage carriers of HBsAg Category Center for Infectious Center for Prevention Centers for Disease chest roentgenogram chickenpox clinical contaminated cytomegalovirus day after exposure dental direct contact Disease Control enteric pathogens epidemiologic Epidemiology group B Streptococcus Guideline for Isolation handwashing HBsAg-positive hepatitis B virus high-risk patients hospital personnel illness immune globulin immunocompromised infected patients infection control infection control program Infectious Diseases influenza Isolation Precautions laboratory meningococcal meningococcemia mucous membranes NANB needle needle-stick injuries nosocomial infection occur patient-care Pediatrics personnel and patients personnel health service persons pertussis placement evaluation potentially infective Precautions in Hospitals pregnant preventing transmission preventive treatment prophylaxis pulmonary respiratory infections Rev Respir risk of transmission roentgenograms rubella Salmonella scabies screening serologic significant reaction sonnel streptococcal Surveillance susceptible personnel symptoms therapy tients tions tuberculin skin test tuberculosis varicella viral hepatitis viruses wear gloves Werdegar Yes Yes zoster