Bloodborne Pathogens Guide

Hepatitis B
Hepatitis B (formerly known as serum Hepatitis) is a liver disease caused by a virus. The disease is fairly common; more than 2,000 cases are reported in New York State each year. More »
Hepatitis C
Hepatitis C (formerly known as non-A, non-B Hepatitis) is a liver disease caused by a recently identified bloodborne virus. Approximately 200 cases of Hepatitis C are reported in New York State each year. More »
Other Types of Hepatitis
  • Hepatitis A (formerly known as infectious Hepatitis)
  • Hepatitis D (delta Hepatitis)
  • Hepatitis E (a virus transmitted through the feces of an infected person)
Applicable Regulations

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