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In this question patient has Ig M Anti HBcAG postive, and hep b E antigen postive...choices are
a. no treatment
b. give hep b vacc plus immunoglob
c. hep b vacc
d. hep b immuno
i got aswer right....BBB
uworld says it is chance of 90 percent to infant so give both...then they say if hep b e antigen is Negative with anti hep b C postive....chance of transmision is 20 percent...but they dont tell uss what we need to do.
my question...lets say they give us on the exam: hep B e Ag NEG, Anti Hep B c Ag postive
with above choices....what wud we do... thanks...
Would it not just be C then?
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