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Contagious Guideline


When is it Non-Contagious: Conjunctivitis Until drainage stops and therapy has been effective 24 h.
When is it Non-Contagious: Cold If febrile with productive cough.
When is it Non-Contagious: Unknown Fever Until afebrile 24 h.
When is it Non-Contagious: Acute Gastroenteritis Until diarrhea stop.
When is it Non-Contagious: Hepatitis A Until afebrile and no jaundice.
When is it Non-Contagious: Herpes Whitlow Until lesions are crusted and dry.
When is it Non-Contagious: Herpes Zoster (Shingles) Until lesions are crusted and dry.
When is it Non-Contagious: Influenza Until afebrile 24 h.
When is it Non-Contagious: Lice / Scabes Until effectively tx.
When is it Non-Contagious: Nibinyckeisus Until afebrile 24 h and effectively txed.
When is it Non-Contagious: Mumps Until afebrile and well. About 9 days after swelling onset.
When is it Non-Contagious: Pneumonia Until afebrile and txed, both for 24 h.
When is it Non-Contagious: Ringworm When tx initiated.
When is it Non-Contagious: Rubella Afebrile and no rash. About 7 days.
When is it Non-Contagious: Rubeola (Measles) Until clinically well.
When is it Non-Contagious: Open Skin Lesions Until tx and negative cultures.
When is it Non-Contagious: Sty Until no swelling or drainage.
When is it Non-Contagious: TB Until no longer infectious.
When is it Non-Contagious: Vericella Until last lesion has crusted over and dried. About 6 days.
When is it Non-Contagious: HBV and HIV Based on individual evaluation.
When is it Non-Contagious: Group A Strep 24 h after tx.
What are health care workers required to have? Vaccinations: Hep B, Influenza, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Tetanus-Diphtheria toxoid. Also a bloodborne pathogen training yearly.
Created by: kmburg5840
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