Exposure to infectious deseases

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Exposure to infectious diseases
Laceration
direct contact

Oral lesion
artificial desperation
Hepatitis A & E symptoms
Fever, diarrhea jaundice and flu like symptoms
Contracted orally
Hepatitis B C & D
Cause acute fatal liver infection marked by fever and jaundice can go away cause liver failure or become a chronic infection

Direct blood or body fluid contact
Hepatitis image
Exchange of fluids procedure (7)
Don't panic

Attend to patients priorities

Wash bleed out wound 5 minutes

Remove yourself from scene

Inform patient

Ask patient about infectious diseases privately

Contact ED IMMEDIATELY
Responsibility if exchange takes place image
High risk contact procedures image