plan to IMMEDIATELY minimize the risk of HIV or hep B from an accidental stick

  If you give injections or do fingersticks, you must have a plan to IMMEDIATELY minimize the risk of HIV or hep B from an accidental stick.

  The response should be fast. Staff should follow an established plan...not waste time researching what to do after a bloody needlestick.

  HIV prophylaxis should be started if the source is HIV positive. 

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