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Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is a blood-borne pathogen that is common at crime scenes. Avoiding exposure to hepatitis B is one of the reasons that it is essential to hire a professional service forĀ blood cleanup in Orlando at a crime scene. Without the proper training and crime scene cleanup and disposal, you could put yourself and the community at risk.

Hepatitis B is a virus that causes an infection of the liver that can be serious if left untreated. It is passed through bodily fluids and can enter the body through a cut or other break in the skin. It causes fever, jaundice, stomach upset, and fatigue. The virus can cause acute or chronic infection. Acute infections typically clear up on their own, but chronic hepatitis B can lead to severe liver damage and may lead to liver cancer or liver failure.

Professional crime scene cleanup teams have the right protective equipment and training to clean blood stains without exposing themselves to dangerous pathogens. Further, bodily fluids must be disposed of in a way that meets legal requirements. Professional cleaners have the training to ensure legal disposal.

Offering Blood & Crime Scene Cleanup Services Since 1988 in Central Florida