Resource Review: Hepatitis B Medical Surveillance (EHS 0745)

This briefing sheet was developed for staff at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory who belong to a Work Planning and Control activity where they may be exposed to materials containing the hepatitis B virus.

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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory



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The following topical areas are included:

  • What is Hepatitis B?
  • Acute Hepatitis B infection
  • Acute symptoms
  • Chronic Hepatitis B infection
  • How you might become exposed
  • What you should do if you have been exposed
  • Benefits of Hepatitis B Vaccination
  • What are the risks to Hepatitis B vaccination?
  • What is the Hepatitis B vaccination process?
  • Who must complete the HBV Medical Surveillance process?
  • How to complete your medical surveillance requirement?


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