i am a nurse i had a needlestick injury and it was HBSag + patient. i consulted a doctor and he advice me to check my anti hbs level., and it was > 1000 mUi/ml reactive., am i protected? plss help i need advice., thnks.,
here is my history.,i had my first dose of vaccine last july 27 2013.,and my second dose last august 27 2013., i had my injury last september 9., and i consulted to a doctor the following day., he said to me to check my titer., and it was > 1000., he said that am protected sice a have very high ani hbs level., and continue the 3rd dose., its that true? thanks., i am really worried right now.,T_T., any suggestion.,i think the client was not even aware he had a hepa b., because he looks very fine.,
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