Blood Borne Infection
Bloodborne Pathogens may be transmitted once blood or body fluid from an infected victim enters another healthy individual by sharing needle-sticks, human bites or most probably through cuts and abrasions. In many cases of blood transfusion, the technique that involves the uses of riboflavin and the UV light is used to inhibit the replication of pathogen by modifying their nucleic acids is one of the steps to eliminate the blood borne infections.
- Track 1-1 Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
- Track 2-2 Hepatitis
- Track 3-3 Syphilis
- Track 4-4 Brucellosis
- Track 5-5 Gonorrhea
- Track 6-6 Cervicitis & Vaginitis