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Perinatal Hepatitis B Program Manual: Laboratory
The Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program was established in 1991 to prevent hepatitis B transmission from pregnant women to their infants and household and sexual contacts. Prevention of perinatal hepatitis B transmission requires the coordinated transfer of information between prenatal care providers, laboratories, hospitals, primary care providers and the local/state health departments.
Table of Contents
- Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program
- Lab Responsibilities for Reporting HBsAg-positive Results Updated
- Hepatitis B Facts: Testing and Vaccination
- Reportable Diseases in MI with Directory of MI LHDs Updated
- Recs for Improving Identification of HepB-Infected Pregnant Women and Infants (CDC Memo)