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Hepatitis B

Chickenpox (varicella)
Diphtheria
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B
H. influenzae type b
HPV
Influenza
Measles
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Hepatitis B: What Hospitals Need to Do to Protect Newborns
Comprehensive guidebook provides essential resources for administering hepatitis B vaccine at birth [Released July 2013]
 
Handouts for Patients
All kids need hepatitis B shots!
Brochure that tells parents all children 0–18 years old need hepatitis B shots [#P4055]
Languages:
SPANISH
ARABIC
CHINESE
FRENCH
HMONG
KOREAN
RUSSIAN
TAGALOG
TURKISH
VIETNAMESE
Brief introduction to hepatitis B for parents of adopted children
Information and resources for parents. Author: S J Schwarzenberg, MD [#P4150]
Every week hundreds of people get hepatitis B
Brochure for adults [#P4112]
Hepatitis A, B, C: Learn the differences
One-page table explaining the differences [#P4075]
Hepatitis B and A vaccines are imperative for families adopting from abroad
Author: Jane Aronson, MD [#P4153]
Hepatitis B information for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
How to prevent hepatitis B and take care of yourself if you have chronic disease [#P4190]
Hepatitis B is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
Use this handout to teach parents about the seriousness of hepatitis B and the value of vaccination [#P4306]
Language:
SPANISH
Hepatitis B: Questions and answers
Information about the disease and vaccines for patients and parents [#P4205]
Hepatitis B shots are recommended for all new babies
Brochure for parents of newborns [#P4110]
Languages:
SPANISH
ARABIC
CHINESE
FRENCH
KOREAN
TURKISH
VIETNAMESE
If you have chronic hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection...
How to take care of yourself if you are chronically infected with HBV [#P4120]
Language:
TURKISH
If you, your parents or your children were born in any of these places...
Encourages testing and vaccination [#P4170]
Languages:
SPANISH
CHINESE
RUSSIAN
VIETNAMESE
Protect yourself against hepatitis A and hepatitis B: A guide for gay and bisexual men
Brochure for men who have sex with men [#P4115]
Languages:
SPANISH
TURKISH
Protect yourself from hepatitis B...Get vaccinated!
Use this handout to teach patients about the seriousness of hepatitis B and the value of vaccination [#P4404]
Language:
SPANISH
Questions frequently asked about hepatitis B
Four pages of commonly asked questions [#P4090]
Language:
SPANISH
Should you be vaccinated against hepatitis B? (for adults)
Use this questionnaire to assess your patients' risk factors [#P2191]
You are not alone! Information for young adults who are chronically infected with HBV
Article for teens with chronic HBV infection Authors: S J Schwarzenberg, MD, and K Wainwright, RN [#P4118]
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Jump to materials for patients
Handouts for Health Professionals
Guidance for developing admission orders in labor & delivery and newborn units to prevent hepatitis B virus transmission
For HBsAg screening in labor and delivery units and hepatitis B immunization in newborn nurseries [#P2130]
Give the birth dose...hepatitis B vaccine at birth saves lives!
Open letter from IAC urging the following organizations to support the birth dose: ACIP, AAP, ACOG, NMA, National Asian Pacific Islander Task Force on Hepatitis B Prevention, AHA by Deborah L. Wexler, MD, Executive Director, Immunization Action Coalition [#P2125]
Hepatitis A and B vaccines...be sure your patient gets the correct dose!
Recommended child and adult dosages of licensed hepatitis A and B vaccines [#P2081]
Hepatitis A, B, C: Learn the differences
One-page table explaining the differences [#P4075]
Hepatitis B and healthcare personnel
How to protect healthcare workers, includes post-exposure prophylaxis guidelines and new Q & A's [#P2109]
Hepatitis B Facts: Testing and vaccination
List of high-risk groups, interpretation of the hepatitis B panel, and a glossary of hepatitis B terminology [#P2110]
Hospitals and doctors sued for failing to immunize
Seven lawsuits against physicians and hospitals [#P2060]
Hospitals and doctors sued for failing to protect newborns from HBV transmission
Rundown of cases [#P2061]
Medical errors put infants at risk for chronic hepatitis B virus infection
Rundown of six cases [#P2128]
Pre-exposure Management for Healthcare Personnel with a Documented Hepatitis B Vaccine Series Who Have Not Had Post-vaccination Serologic Testing
Algorithm to assist in the pre-exposure management of HCP [#P2108]
Sample text for developing admission orders in newborn units for the hepatitis B vaccine birth dose
This document gives sample text for admission orders for hepatitis B vaccine birth dose in a newborn nursery [#P2131]
Should you be vaccinated against hepatitis B? (for adults)
Use this questionnaire to assess your patients' risk factors [#P2191]
Language:
SPANISH
Standing orders for administering Hepatitis B vaccine - Adults
Eligible health professionals may vaccinate adults who meet any of the criteria on this form [#P3076]
Standing orders for administering Hepatitis B vaccine - Children and teens
Eligible health professionals may vaccinate children and teens who meet any of the criteria on this form [#P3076A]
States report hundreds of medical errors in perinatal hepatitis B prevention
Results from IAC's surveys [#P2062]
Two more infants chronically infected with hepatitis B virus...the medical errors continue
Summary of cases [#P2127]
Unprotected infant dies of fulminant hepatitis B
Summary of cases [#P2126]
Unusual cases of hepatitis B virus transmission
Rundown of cases [#P2100]
What the physician can do to help the child with chronic HBV infection
Author: S.J. Schwarzenberg, MD, Univ. of Minnesota [#P2170]
Unprotected People Reports - Hepatitis B
Vaccine Information Statements - Hepatitis B
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This page was reviewed on August 5, 2014
 
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