risk of exposure

  1. the probability of being exposed to an infectious agent
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  • Asymptomatic people exposed to plague aerosol or people with suspected pneumonic plague may be given antibiotics for the duration of the risk of exposure plus one week.
  • In most developed nations, HIV tests are either routinely offered as part of antenatal care or are offered to pregnant women thought to be at high risk of exposure to HIV.
  • The workers are asking for compensation for mental stress arising from a possible risk of exposure to asbestos at the plant.
  • Troops would have been stationed upwind of the explosion so would not have suffered any significant radioactive fall-out, though there may have been a small risk of exposure.
  • I can see it now: We here in the Oval Office and our partners at WHO and in the CDC feel that there would be no elevated risk of exposure to illness were you suddenly to find yourself locked in a 737 with a bunch of terminal ebola, plague, hantavirus, and flu patients, while crates of lab rats and rhesus macaques are turned loose to bite everyone's ankles. My Tail's Not In A Curl Over Swine Flu
  • High risk of exposure to an unknown or known agent may necessitate that an N95 respirator mask be used.
  • Thus, airborne transmission of rhinoviruses may occur in buildings with low outdoor air supply, and their occupants may be at increased risk of exposure to infectious droplets from a fellow occupant.
  • Farmworkers are also at higher risk of exposure to tuberculosis.
  • The trick is to reduce your risk of exposure regardless of the products or patches.
  • They displayed the location of dengue cases and areas at high risk of exposure to the virus, in relation to each city's infrastructure.
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