AIDS and Infectious Disease, Hour 3 of 3, Blood-borne Pathogens At Work

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Dr. Tyler Cyment

Dr. Cyment reviews the essential issues regarding HIV, hepatitis A & B, malaria, and syphilis. Topics discussed include contaminated bodily fluids, exposure concerns, transmission, symptoms, and vaccines. In addition, he offers essential information regarding precautions, exposure determination, and control plans.

This hour is one of a complete course on Infectious Diseases. Every practitioner needs to know more about the diseases spreading within their communities, patient population, and practice. These courses will provide helpful information to help you minimize the spread of infectious diseases and minimize the impact these diseases have on your practice. 

Learning Objectives

The participant will be able to explain which pathogens to consider when working with patients, assess pathogen prevalence, presenting symptoms, and implement a plan to avoid infection in the event of accidental exposure.


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