Doctor-to-patient transmission of viral hepatitis B: Is it a problem, is there a solution?
Journal of Viral Hepatitis , Volume 7 - Issue 4 p. 245- 249
It is well-established that hepatitis B may be transmitted from surgeons to their patients. Clear strategies are needed to reduce the risk of transmission whilst not discriminating unnecessarily against surgeons who may pose no risks to their patients. This review outlines the current position and provides a blueprint for action that may reduce the risks to patients whilst minimizing the impact on practising surgeons.
|Journal of Viral Hepatitis|
|Organisation||Department of Internal Medicine|
Schalm, S.W, & van Wijngaarden, J.K. (2000). Doctor-to-patient transmission of viral hepatitis B: Is it a problem, is there a solution?. Journal of Viral Hepatitis (Vol. 7, pp. 245–249). doi:10.1046/j.1365-2893.2000.00239.x