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Post exposure prophylaxis PEP

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Are you injured by used needle ? You may be at risk of getting blood born pathogen like HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C. Good news is that still you have chance of protect yourself from potential HIV and Hepatis B infection by using post exposure prophylaxis.

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Post exposure prophylaxis PEP

  1. 1. Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Dr Ketan Ranpariya (MBBS, PGDHM,PGDHIVM,HIVM) HIV / AIDS CONSULTANAT Mobile: 0 75 75 88 70 70
  2. 2. Disclaimer • This information is for Awareness of Health Care Personnel as part of “Safe Injection Practice” Campaign 10 K. • I do not have anything for financial disclosure. It’s release for Public Health Interest • Have a Safe and Healthy Injection Practice and keep yourself and patient safe. • Let’s Join Hand and Work Together to achieve Harmless Injection Practice Dr Ketan Ranpariya
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  5. 5. Source: CDC. MMWR 2001;50(RR11): 1-42 Relative Risk of Seroconversion with Percutaneous Injury Dr Ketan Ranpariya
  6. 6. Body Fluids: Which are infectious and which are not infectious ??? • Sweat • Blood • Saliva • Semen • Sputum • Vaginal Secretion • Vomitus • CSF • Synovial, Pleural, Pericardial, Peritoneal fluid • Urine / Stool • Amniotic fluid • Tear Dr Ketan Ranpariya
  7. 7. Potentially Infectious Body Fluid Exposure to body fluid considered “at risk” Exposure to body fluid considered “not at risk” Any body fluid contaminated with “visible blood” shall be considered “at risk” Dr Ketan Ranpariya
  8. 8. Potentially Infectious Body Fluid Exposure to body fluid considered “at risk” Exposure to body fluid considered “not at risk” Blood Semen Vaginal Secretion CSF Synovial, Pleural, Pericardial, Peritoneal fluid Amniotic fluid Any body fluid contaminated with “visible blood” shall be considered “at risk” Dr Ketan Ranpariya
  9. 9. Potentially Infectious Body Fluid Exposure to body fluid considered “at risk” Exposure to body fluid considered “not at risk” Blood Tear Semen Sweat Vaginal Secretion Urine / Faeces CSF Saliva Synovial, Pleural, Pericardial, Peritoneal fluid Sputum Amniotic fluid Vomitus Any body fluid contaminated with “visible blood” shall be considered “at risk” Dr Ketan Ranpariya
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  16. 16. PEP poster avialable on facebook page: DrKetan Ranpariya HIV specialist Dr Ketan Ranpariya
  17. 17. Universal Precautions Prevention is the key step! Always use protective gear Consider all blood samples infectious Follow universal precaution Safe Handling of Sharps Use needle destroyer Dr Ketan Ranpariya
  18. 18. Thank You !!! Dr Ketan Ranpariya
  19. 19. To Participate in “Safe Injection Practice” Campaign 10 K You can contact us on : 0 70 48 70 41 41 : www.facebook.com/HIVCLINICSURAT : doctorforhiv@gmail.com : www.hivaidssurat.com Dr Ketan Ranpariya

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