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Hepatitis B - Injection of blood products Factor

Last reviewed for CCPS 23 November 1999.

Investigative Documents

Medical Report - Blood Transfusion and Injection of Blood Products - Hepatitis [MR9051]

Preliminary questions [12014]

12035

there is some evidence that a blood product injection may be a factor in the development of the condition under consideration.

7025 the veteran has had a blood product injection at some time.

28608 the veteran has had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B at some time.

12044the veteran has established the causal connection between the blood product injection and VEA service for the clinical onset of hepatitis B.

Clinical onset and operational service [12044]

12024

there is evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12416

the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12417the veteran has established the causal connection between the blood product injection and VEA service for recent infection with hepatitis B.

28584the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection on service and operational service for recent infection with hepatitis B.

12420

on operational service, the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12422

the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran has on operational service within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration was due to the veteran's serious default, wilful act or serious breach of discipline.

or

28591the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection on service and eligible service for recent infection with hepatitis B.

28594

on eligible service, the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration.

29616

as a causal result of eligible service, the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12423the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had on eligible service within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration satisfies the requirements of the balance of probabilities Statements of Principles for hepatitis B.

28600

the blood product injection on eligible service that the veteran had within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration was later shown to be positive for hepatitis B.

or

28601 the veteran has another significant risk factor for the condition under consideration other than the unscreened blood product injection on eligible service within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with condition under consideration.

29617 the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had on eligible service within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration was due to the veteran's serious default, wilful act or serious breach of discipline.

or

28585the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection for treatment of an illness or injury and operational service for recent infection with hepatitis B.

12427the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B for treatment of an illness or injury which is identifiable.

12419

the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration for treatment of an illness or injury which is identifiable.

29516the identified illness or injury for which the unscreened blood product injection was given is causally related to operational service.

or

28592the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection for treatment of an illness or injury and eligible service for recent infection with hepatitis B.

29517the identified illness or injury for which the unscreened blood product injection was given is causally related to eligible service.

12429the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had for treatment of the identified illness or injury within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration satisfies the requirements of the balance of probabilities Statements of Principles for hepatitis B.

28604

the blood product injection for treatment of the identified illness or injury that the veteran had within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration was later shown to be positive for hepatitis B.

or

28605 the veteran has another significant risk factor for the condition under consideration other than the unscreened blood product injection for treatment of the identified illness or injury within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with condition under consideration.

or

12025 there is evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12418

the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration.

28586the veteran has established the causal connection between the blood product injection and VEA service for non-recent infection with hepatitis B.

28587the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection on service and operational service for non-recent infection with hepatitis B.

12424

on operational service, the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12428

the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had on operational service more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration was due to the veteran's serious default, wilful act or serious breach of discipline.

or

28588the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection on service and eligible service for non-recent infection with hepatitis B.

28596

on eligible service, the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12425

as a causal result of eligible service, the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration.

28597the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had on eligible service more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration satisfies the requirements of the balance of probabilities Statements of Principles for hepatitis B.

28602

the blood product injection on eligible service that the veteran had more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration was later shown to be positive for hepatitis B.

or

28603 the veteran has another significant risk factor for the condition under consideration other than the unscreened blood product injection on eligible service more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with condition under consideration.

28598 the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had on eligible service more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration was due to the veteran's serious default, wilful act or serious breach of discipline.

or

28590the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection for treatment of an illness or injury and operational service for non-recent infection with hepatitis B.

12421

the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration for treatment of an illness or injury which is identifiable.

or

28589the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection for treatment of an illness or injury and eligible service for non-recent infection with hepatitis B.

28599the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had for treatment of the identified illness or injury more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration satisfies the requirements of the balance of probabilities Statements of Principles for hepatitis B.

28606

the blood product injection for treatment of the identified illness or injury that the veteran had more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration was later shown to be positive for hepatitis B.

or

28607 the veteran has another significant risk factor for the condition under consideration other than the unscreened blood product injection for treatment of the identified illness or injury more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with condition under consideration.

Clinical onset and eligible service [12044]

12024 there is evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12416

the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12417the veteran has established the causal connection between the blood product injection and VEA service for recent infection with hepatitis B.

28584the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection on service and operational service for recent infection with hepatitis B.

12420

on operational service, the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12422

the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran has on operational service within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration was due to the veteran's serious default, wilful act or serious breach of discipline.

or

28591the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection on service and eligible service for recent infection with hepatitis B.

28594

on eligible service, the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration.

29616

as a causal result of eligible service, the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12423the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had on eligible service within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration satisfies the requirements of the balance of probabilities Statements of Principles for hepatitis B.

28600

the blood product injection on eligible service that the veteran had within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration was later shown to be positive for hepatitis B.

or

28601 the veteran has another significant risk factor for the condition under consideration other than the unscreened blood product injection on eligible service within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with condition under consideration.

29617 the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had on eligible service within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration was due to the veteran's serious default, wilful act or serious breach of discipline.

or

28585the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection for treatment of an illness or injury and operational service for recent infection with hepatitis B.

12427the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B for treatment of an illness or injury which is identifiable.

12419

the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration for treatment of an illness or injury which is identifiable.

29516the identified illness or injury for which the unscreened blood product injection was given is causally related to operational service.

or

28592the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection for treatment of an illness or injury and eligible service for recent infection with hepatitis B.

29517the identified illness or injury for which the unscreened blood product injection was given is causally related to eligible service.

12429the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had for treatment of the identified illness or injury within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration satisfies the requirements of the balance of probabilities Statements of Principles for hepatitis B.

28604

the blood product injection for treatment of the identified illness or injury that the veteran had within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with the condition under consideration was later shown to be positive for hepatitis B.

or

28605 the veteran has another significant risk factor for the condition under consideration other than the unscreened blood product injection for treatment of the identified illness or injury within the six months immediately before the evidence of recent infection with condition under consideration.

or

12025 there is evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12418

the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration.

28586the veteran has established the causal connection between the blood product injection and VEA service for non-recent infection with hepatitis B.

28587the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection on service and operational service for non-recent infection with hepatitis B.

12424

on operational service, the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12428

the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had on operational service more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration was due to the veteran's serious default, wilful act or serious breach of discipline.

or

28588the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection on service and eligible service for non-recent infection with hepatitis B.

28596

on eligible service, the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration.

12425

as a causal result of eligible service, the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration.

28597the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had on eligible service more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration satisfies the requirements of the balance of probabilities Statements of Principles for hepatitis B.

28602

the blood product injection on eligible service that the veteran had more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration was later shown to be positive for hepatitis B.

or

28603 the veteran has another significant risk factor for the condition under consideration other than the unscreened blood product injection on eligible service more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with condition under consideration.

28598 the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had on eligible service more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration was due to the veteran's serious default, wilful act or serious breach of discipline.

or

28590the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection for treatment of an illness or injury and operational service for non-recent infection with hepatitis B.

12421

the veteran had a blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration for treatment of an illness or injury which is identifiable.

or

28589the veteran has established the causal connection between a blood product injection for treatment of an illness or injury and eligible service for non-recent infection with hepatitis B.

28599the blood product injection that was not screened for hepatitis B that the veteran had for treatment of the identified illness or injury more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration satisfies the requirements of the balance of probabilities Statements of Principles for hepatitis B.

28606

the blood product injection for treatment of the identified illness or injury that the veteran had more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with the condition under consideration was later shown to be positive for hepatitis B.

or

28607 the veteran has another significant risk factor for the condition under consideration other than the unscreened blood product injection for treatment of the identified illness or injury more than four months before the evidence of non-recent infection with condition under consideration.