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Perinatal Hepatitis B Program Manual: OB/GYN


Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program (PHBPP)
The Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program is to identify hepatitis B surface antigen-positive (HBsAg-positive) persons prenatally or at delivery for each pregnancy so that their infants, household, and sexual contacts can be tested and treated to prevent the spread of the hepatitis B virus (HBV). 

Your Role in the PHBPP 
Your roles in the Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program are working in a laboratory, prenatal care, hospital, pediatric care and health care. 

PHBPP Services
Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program Services including Universal Hepatitis B Vaccination Program for Newborns, HepB vaccine and testing, Case management services, Guide to Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention and Resources.

Infant in MI Dies from Perinatal Hep B Virus Infection
Infant in Michigan Dies from Perinatal Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) Infection. 

MI's PHBPP Completion Rates 
Michigan’s Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program Completion Rates.


What Obstetricians-Gynecologists Need to Know 
Information and overview of what Obstetricians-Gynecologists Need to Know. 

Screening Pregnant Persons for Hep B Surface Antigen (HBsAg)
Resources for screening pregnant persons for Hep B Surface Antigen. 

Screening Pregnant Persons for HBV (CDC - Algorithm)
Screening Pregnant Women for Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) Infection: Ordering Prenatal Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg) Tests from Major Commercial Laboratories. 

Prevent Hepatitis B Poster
Hepatitis B Poster. 

OB Tip Sheet for HepB Screening, Testing & Management of Pregnant Persons
Screening with HBsAg* should be performed in each pregnancy, regardless of previous HBV* vaccination or previous negative HBsAg test results. Offer triple panel (HBsAg, anti-HBs, total anti-HBc*) screening to all pregnant persons ≥18 years of age who have not previously been screened with a triple panel. 

Hepatitis B Testing in Pregnant Persons 
Michigan law requires prenatal care providers to test all pregnant persons during every pregnancy for hepatitis B. 

Hepatitis B Facts: Testing and Vaccination 
Hepatitis B Facts: Testing and Vaccination 


Reportable Diseases in MI with Directory of MI LHDs 
REPORTABLE DISEASES IN MICHIGAN – BY CONDITION A Guide for Physicians, Health Care Providers and Laboratories Report the following conditions to the Michigan Disease Surveillance System (MDSS) or local health department (see reverse) within 24 hours if the agent is identified by clinical or laboratory diagnosis. 

Reporting HBsAg-Positive Pregnant Persons to LHDs 
Important for health care providers who test pregnant persons to report all HBsAg-positive test results (for every pregnancy) within 24 hours of discovery or diagnosis to the LHD in the county where the patient resides. (Even if they were reported for a previous pregnancy). 

Perinatal Hepatitis B Intake Form 
Perinatal Hepatitis B Intake Form. 


Pregnancy & Vaccination - poster 
Poster: Information for pregnant women. 

What Vaccines to Expect When You're Expecting: Poster
Poster: What vaccines to Expect When You’re Expecting. 

Adult Immunization Schedule
Adult Immunization Schedule.  

Hepatitis B Vaccine: What You Need to Know - Vaccine Information Statement 
Vaccine Information Sheet- Hepatitis B. 

Important Vaccine Information Statement (VIS) Facts
Important Vaccine Information Statement (VIS) Facts.   

Vaccine Storage & Handling
Vaccine Storage and Handling. 


Why MI Baby Should Get Hepatitis B Vaccine at Birth 
Why MI Baby Should Get Hepatitis B Vaccine at Birth. 

Breastfeeding and HBV 
What you need to know about breastfeeding when you have the hepatitis B virus (HBV). 

Information for People with Chronic Hepatitis B Infection
Information for People with Chronic Hepatitis B Infection How to Take Care of Yourself and Others. 

Countries with Low, Intermediate or High Rates of Hepatitis B 
CDC Yellow Book: Hepatitis B, Travel-Associated Infections & Diseases. 

Order Free Immunization Brochures & Materials 
On this site you will find materials produced by MDHHS that can better improve health and well-being and serve communities better. Materials are free of charge and intended for Michigan residents only. 

Websites for Hepatitis Resources 
Websites for Hepatitis Resources. 

Hepatitis B: What Parents Need to Know (brochure) 
Hepatitis B Brochure: What Parents Need to Know. 

Alert Stickers 
Alert Stickers.