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Routine follow up of community needlestick injuries in children is unnecessary

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Children sustaining a needlestick injury in the community do not need routine follow up for hepatitis B (HBV) and C (HCV), nor HIV prophylaxis, doctors have concluded from a prospective study in Birmingham, UK. Immunisation against HBV and tetanus is sufficient outside inner London.

The study collected data on all …

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