AIDS & HIV Care Training Videos
As of December 2001, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 57 documented cases of U.S. healthcare workers who have had seroconverted - developed antibodies - to HIV following occupational exposures. Twenty-six of these developed AIDS.
Video Streaming Also AvailableRecent studies show that over 8 million healthcare workers risk infection by Hepatitis B & C, HIV, influenza and tuberculous each day.
Research shows that safety precautions have decreased the number of BBP exposures on the job. This new program teaches your staff how to minimize exposure risk by using Standard Precautions, personal protective equipment and other safe work practices.
Controlling Exposure To Bloodborne Pathogens – New methods of infection control were established to prevent the occupational spread of HIV and Hepatitis B viruses, both leading to very serious diseases. With concern for you, your employer has elected to use this training video as an overview of this vitally important subject.