Implications of postvaccination hepatitis B surface antigenemia in the management of exposures to body fluids.

@article{MartnAncel2004ImplicationsOP,
  title={Implications of postvaccination hepatitis B surface antigenemia in the management of exposures to body fluids.},
  author={Ana Mart{\'i}n-Ancel and Mar{\'i}a Luisa Casas and Bartolom{\'e} Bonet},
  journal={Infection control and hospital epidemiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={25 7},
  pages={611-3}
}
A neonate vaccinated against HBV was the source of an occupational exposure to blood. She was tested for hepatitis B surface antigen and found to be positive, leading to unnecessary treatment, retesting, and concern. Evaluation of the infectious status of HBV should rely on other means if vaccination has recently occurred. 

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