Blood-borne Infectious Diseases

Blood-borne diseases are transmitted by method for direct blood contact starting with one individual then onto the next from injured skin or a mucous layer. Blood-borne diseases can likewise be transmitted through blood doping and drug abuse and through sexual contact. Hazard factors for hepatitis B infection. Counteractive action of blood-borne pathogens in the student-athlete should concentrate on conventional transmission courses and off-the-field conduct since specialists accept that field transmission of blood-borne pathogens is insignificant. Around the world, HBV, hepatitis C infection (HCV), and HIV are the most well-known pathogens experienced.

 

 

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  • HIV
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C

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