New simplified guidelines for HIV prophylaxis after a needlestick

New simplified guidelines for HIV prophylaxis after a needlestick will clarify who, when, and how to treat.

There is a 1 in 300 chance of transmitting HIV after a needlestick if the source patient is positive.

Recommend prophylaxis if the source patient is HIV positive. Use a rapid HIV test if possible.

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