[MCOH-EH] Varicella exposure
Leslie.Thompson at sharp.com
Wed Nov 14 17:10:53 PST 2018
Here is a good reference.
From: MCOH-EH <mcoh-eh-bounces at mylist.net> on behalf of "PRATER, DEANNA" <deanna.prater at bayareahospital.org>
Reply-To: MCOH/EH <mcoh-eh at mylist.net>
Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 4:24 PM
To: MCOH/EH <mcoh-eh at mylist.net>
Subject: [MCOH-EH] Varicella exposure
I’m needing some help. I’m new to the role of Employee Health. Our Cancer Center reported 7 cases of shingles patients coming into their facility. Some of these patients are sitting in a group setting, receiving chemo. I made some inquiries about which employees had interaction with the shingles patients and requested either titer checks or records of titer checks. There were 3 employees with low titers. I have no idea what steps to take (in regards to the employees—I know concerns about the other patients is a whole other story). I’m told all cases were non-disseminated.
If employees would request the vaccine, could they still work around these immunocompromised patients?
Also-if anyone has examples of exposure packets/algorhythms you use; I would greatly appreciate it.
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