Hepatitis B has a vaccine administered over a six month period in around three doses. It is often advised to have blood drawn after the last dose to assure that your blood contains the correct antibodies and that you are protected. Even if you get the vaccine, always take care when handling body fluid and use personal protective equipment. The vaccine must be administered to all employees who fit into a type A role, who will or may come into contact with blood and body fluid by job description, which for some work places only has to occur after the first exposure incident. Video created by ProTrainings.


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5 Comments · August 10, 2018 at 11:44 pm

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Donna Sudano · August 10, 2018 at 11:44 pm

hepatitis b the vaccine can cause bells palsey and multiple sclerosis refuse

Yubi Mgr · August 10, 2018 at 11:44 pm

wht S the duration vaccination for hepatitis b

Virginia Flanagan · August 10, 2018 at 11:44 pm

These are now required for ANY EMS or medical field personnel.

TheQueenAnnesRevenge · August 10, 2018 at 11:44 pm

The first two don't work, so you need a third…but don't get a fourth. Hmm…my baby wasn't planning on sharing needles, engaging in sex, or getting tattoos anytime soon. Hey genius…stop believing the BS and read the people the adverse reactions and post-marketing experience sections from the vaccine warning label. Guillain Barre, Encephalitis, myelitis, arthritis, increased liver enzymes (rhinitis), nausea, Bell's Palsy, upper respiratory infection, seizure…need I go on?

You want me to inject my 2 day old infant with that crap?

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