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Table 1

From: Service outcome of antiretroviral Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) for occupational HIV exposure among health care personnel

Parameter No. Of Cases (n = 43)
Universal Precaution Workshop (UPW) for HCP  
January 2008 -- December 2008 2
January 2009 -- October 2009 9
Enrolment of HCP for PEP at CoE  
October 2008 -- May 2009 19(44.18%)
June 2009 -- October 2009 24(55.81%)
HCP Category Enrolled for PEP at CoE  
Medics 19(44.18%)
Paramedics 21(48.8%)
Servants 3(7%)
HIV Status of the HCP for PEP enrolment  
October 2008--May 2009(n = 19) Reactive 0
  Non -- Reactive 7(36.8%)
  Unknown 12(63.15%)
June 2009--October 2009(n = 24) Reactive 0
  Non -- Reactive 16(66.66%)
  Unknown 3(12.5%)
Type of Exposure  
Mild 21(48.8%)
Moderate 18(41.9%)
Severe 4(9.3%)
Reporting Timeline of exposed HCP to the CoE  
<2 hours 27(62.8%)
2 -- 24 hours 9(20.9%)
24 -- 72 hours 5(11.6%)
>72 hours 2(4.7%)
HIV Status of the source  
Reactive 22(51.2%)
Unknown 21(48.8%)
PEP Regimen Prescribed  
Basic (Zidovudine+Lamivudine) 30(69.76%)
Expanded (Zidovudine+Lamivudine+Lopinavir/Ritonavir) 12(27.90%)
Expanded (Zidovudine+Lamivudine+Indinavir) 1(2.32%)
HIV Status of exposed HCP post PEP at 6 months (n = 18)  
Reactive 0
Non -- Reactive 3(16.66%)
Unknown 15(83.33%)
HCP Not Completed 6 Months (n = 43) 25(58.13%)