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The ABCs of Hepatitis Fact Sheet
This three page table on Hepatitis A, B, and C provides an overview of statistics, transmission, risk factors, clinical features, screening, testing and vaccination recommendations.
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Hepatitis B Online
Learn how to diagnose, monitor, manage, and prevent hepatitis B virus infection and earn free CE on the University of Washington’s Hepatitis B Online.external icon This site also hosts a new, simplified guidanceexternal icon for primary care providers developed by the multi-disciplinary HBV Primary Care Workgroup.
The Pink Book -Epidemiology & Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases
Includes a description of the disease, pathogenesis, clinical features, laboratory diagnosis, medical management, epidemiology, risk factors, trends in the United States, vaccine details, vaccination schedule and use, contraindications and precautions to vaccination, adverse reactions following vaccination, vaccine storage and handling, and reference or publications.
Hepatitis A Chapter pdf icon[PDF – 14 pages]
Hepatitis B Chapter pdf icon[PDF – 24 pages]
Interpretation of Hepatitis B Serologic Test Results
This one page tool describes the four most common tests used in hepatitis B serologic testing and provides guidance to interpret different patterns of test results.
Summary Table: pdf icon[PDF- 1 page]
Recommendations for Routine Testing and Vaccination for Chronic Hepatitis B virus Infection
This page summarizes the CDC’s recommendations for testing for chronic hepatitis B including specific populations and a map of endemic countries. (MMWR, 2008;57(RR-8)
Interpretation of Results of Tests for Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Infection and Further Actions
This page outlines interpretation of initial test results to determine whether or not a patient needs additional testing and clinical evaluation.
APHL fact sheet on the interpretation of hepatitis C virus test results
Descriptive narrative on the markers of HCV infection, interpretation of results, and best practices for repeat HCV testing.
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Recommended Testing Sequence for Identifying Current Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Infection
This one page flow chart outlines the serologic testing process beginning with anti HCV testing.
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Hepatitis C Online
Learn the latest guidance for screening diagnosing, monitoring, and managing hepatitis C virus infection. This comprehensive online training is solely funded through CDC Cooperative Agreement (CDC-RFA- PS16-1608) and developed by the University of Washington (UW) National Hepatitis Training Center. Free CME credits and C contact hours available. Hepatitis C Onlineexternal icon.
Viral Hepatitis Serology Training
This training is comprised of five animated videos with voiceovers. Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to understand the different serologic tests for Hepatitis A virus (HAV) infection, Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection, Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection, Hepatitis D virus (HDV) infection, and Hepatitis E virus (HEV) infection, understand the serological diagnosis of HAV, acute and chronic HBV, acute and chronic HCV, and Hepatitis B and Hepatitis D (HBV/HDV) coinfection, understand the meanings of serologic markers, and understand and interpret serologic test results.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Treatment Guidelines 2015
- Recommendations for Routine Testing and Follow-up for Chronic Hepatitis B Virus Infection
This table pdf icon[PDF- 2 pages] summarizes the recommendations.