We do a baseline HCV antibody, 6 week PCR and 4-6 month HCV antibody.


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We take the testing out to 4 months and do the same counselling.  I would consider the 6 months with that Quant.  Would love to hear what others do.



Sherri Davidson, MSN, APRN-BC, COHN-S

Nationally Certified DOT Medical Examiner

Clinic Manager

Company Care at Blake Medical Center

2010 59th Street West

Suite 3600

Bradenton, Fl 34209


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I’d like to hear how others are managing post-exposure with a source patient who shows REACTIVE HCV antibody and HCV RNA DETECT/QUANT 200,000+.  Do you typically perform a baseline panel on employee with a repeat in 6 weeks, 4 months, and 6 months.  Other than counseling the patient to practice safe sex and report any symptoms, is there anything else you would recommend?

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