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  1. Hepatitis C: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology)
  2. Viral Hepatitis
  3. Models Of Viral Hepatitis (Monographs in Virology)
  4. Understanding Hepatitis by M.D.James L. Achord, 2002-07-15
  5. Viral Hepatitis by E.A. Fagan and T.J. Harrison, 2000-03-01
  6. Immunization Safety Review: Hepatitis B Vaccine and Demyelinating Neurological Disorders by Immunization Safety Review Committee, 2002-10-17
  7. Hepatitis: Webster's Timeline History, 1718 - 1985 by Icon Group International, 2009-02-20
  8. Hepatitis B (STD Briefs) by Waln K. Brown, 2008-01-28
  9. Hepatitis C Virus Disease: Immunobiology and Clinical Applications
  10. Living With Hepatitis C: A Survivor's Guide by Gregory T. Everson, Hedy Weinberg, 1999-03
  11. A Book of Love for those with Hepatitis C 1a by Sheryl Ann Hedrick, 2006-07-06
  12. Hepatitis C, Other Liver Disorders and Liver Health: A Practical Guide by G.C. Farrell, 2002-01-01
  13. When Your Doctor is Wrong, Hepatitis B Vaccine and Autism by Judy Converse, 2002-06-11
  14. 100 Questions&Answers About Hepatitis C: A Lahey Clinic Guide (100 Questions & Answers about) by Stephen C. Fabry, R. Anand Narasimhan, 2006-10-04

61. CNN - Officials Still Wary As Hepatitis Scare Weakens - Apr. 2, 1997
Officials still wary as hepatitis scare weakens
Latest developments: April 2, 1997
Web posted at: 10:10 p.m. EST (0310 GMT) WASHINGTON (CNN) Despite fears that thousands of school children in six states may have eaten strawberries contaminated with the Hepatitis A virus, only 153 cases in Michigan have been confirmed so far. The fruit was shipped to school districts in Arizona, California, Georgia, Iowa and Tennessee, as well, though no other sign of the illness has been reported. Nevertheless, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Food and Drug Administration, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and state departments of education are scrambling to distribute medicine to prevent the disease, and to track down all of the tainted fruit. Their cause is aided by the fact that Hepatitis A is not a virulent disease. The exposure is believed to have been recent enough to be countered by injections of gamma globulin, which is effective if given within 14 days after the tainted fruit is eaten.

62. Medicine-Worldwide: Hepatitis
Sehr ausf¼hrliche Darstellung aller 6 Arten von hepatitis.
Sie befinden sich hier: startseite krankheiten infektionskrankheiten hepatitis ... Über uns
Hepatitis B Viren Die stark verbreitete Hepatitis kann durch Viren, Bakterien, Protozoen, Parasiten, toxische Substanzen, Arzneimittel oder Alkohol hervorgerufen werden. A B C D ... E Bei dem noch nicht allzu lange bekannten 6. Hepatitis-Virus, dem Hepatitis G-Virus
Hepatitis A B C D E G Virus RNA-Virus, Familie Picorna-Viren RNA-Virus, Familie Flavi-Viren Kind Kind Kind Hauptrisiko Auslandsreisen durch Blutprodukte und i.v.-Drogen**, extrem selten sexuell Auslandsreisen Inkubationszeit zwischen 12 und 50 Tagen 30 - 180 Tage 4 - 12 Wochen ca. 3 - 7 Wochen zwischen 12 und 50 Tagen 4 - 12 Wochen akuter Verlauf mit Ausheilung bei Superinfektion* in 10-30% nicht bekannt fulminante (lebensbedrohliche) Hepatitis bei Superinfektion* bis 25% 0,5 - 3%, bei Schwangeren bis 20% nicht bekannt chronischer Verlauf nein bei Superinfektion* in 70 - 90% nein nicht bekannt Leberzirrhose bis 30% ca. 10% ? nicht bekannt Impfung ja ja nein ja: Hepatitis-B nein nein Superinfektion Simultaninfektion (=gleichzeitiger Infektion) mit HBV wie die Hepatitis B.

63. Kompetenznetz Hepatitis / Hep-Net / Hepatitis B / Hepatites C
Translate this page Die virusbedingte Leberentzündung (hepatitis) ist eine der weltweithäufigsten Infektionskrankheiten. Kompetenznetz hepatitis,
Newsletter Hep-Net last update Kontakt Newsletter Hep-Net last update Kontakt

64. Hepatitis C Society Of Canada - Redirection Page
Nonprofit, national voluntary health organization whose mission is to fight hepatitis C through prevention, early detection, support, appropriate treatment and comfort.
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65. Surviving Liver Diseases
This publication deals with Liver, Liver diseases, in particular hepatitis, and liver transplant.
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Surviving Liver Diseases Life With A Liver Transplant By Moustafa Ahmed Foreword by Prof. G. M. Dusheiko Your Liver Is Your Vital Organ ... Care For It.
Read more about your liver, and how to look after it. Liver diseases are spreading rapidly world-wide. It is estimated that hepatitis has infected more than 2 billion people, of whom more than 350 million are incurable. However, liver diseases are preventable but poorly understood. This book raises the awareness of the seriousness of liver diseases, and provides information on liver, its functions, and how to care for the liver. It also has a section on the right diet to keep the liver healthy.
ISBN: 095360070X
Cover Price: £9.99
Sale Price: £6.00 / $11 / €10
Format: 215 x 150mm PB
Pages: 160 including 8 photos For every copy sold of this book, £2 will be donated to help with research into liver diseases. For more information, please click on one of the links below Table of contents Foreword Introduction Order Form ... Publications

66. Hepatitis A
hepatitis A. hepatitis A From the United States Food and Drug Administration.hepatitis A Prevention From the United States Centers
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis A
From the United States Food and Drug Administration.
Hepatitis A Prevention
From the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Diseases of the Liver Home Page Diseases of the Liver/Howard J. Worman, M. D./

67. Hepatitis C
Information om symptomer og behandling. c.htm
document.write(sidehoved) Hepatologi Index Hepatitis C Smittemåde Perkutan transmission. Sjældent seksuelt overført.
Smitterisikoen ved udsættelse for HCV inficeret blod angives til 10%.
Risiko grupper:
  • I.v. stofmisbrugere Svær klassisk hæmofili Patienter som har modtaget multiple transfusioner, før screening blev obligatorisk.
Inkubationstid Gennemsnitligt 50 dage (15-150) Klinisk forløb
  • HCV infektion giver anledning til HCV replikation primært i leveren. HCV er direkte cytotoksisk. Inflammation og nekrose er under den primære infektion ofte begrænset dvs. de fleste primære infektioner forløber subklinisk. Afgørende for evt. klinisk infektion er inoculums størrelse. 70-80% udvikler kronisk infektion. Hos det mindretal som ikke får kronisk infektion, giver anti-HCV ikke anledning til immunitet. Fulminant forløbende HCV infektion er beskrevet, men yderst sjældent. Progressions hastigheden af kronisk infektion er yderst varierende.1/3 vil få cirrose indenfor 20 år - 1/3 vil aldrig få cirrose. Samtidig HIV infektion betyder dårligere prognose.

68. Hepatitis C
hepatitis C. By Howard J. Worman, MD. NEW The hepatitis C Sourcebook.By Howard J. Worman, MD. The hepatitis C Virus (HCV). HCV
Hepatitis C
By Howard J. Worman, M. D.
NEW: The Hepatitis C Sourcebook. By Howard J. Worman, M. D.
The Hepatitis C Virus (HCV)
HCV was discovered in 1989 by investigators at Chiron, Inc. Portions of the HCV genome were isolated by screening cDNA expression libraries made from RNA and DNA from chimpanzees infected with serum from a patient with post-transfusion non-A, non-B hepatitis. [Prior to the discovery of HCV, hepatitis following blood transfusion that was not caused by hepatitis A or hepatitis B was referred to as non-A, non-B hepatitis]. To identify portions of the genome that encoded viral proteins, the libraries were screened with antibodies from patients who had non-A, non-B hepatitis. These investigators went on to show that the virus they identified was responsible for the vast majority of cases of non-A, non-B hepatitis. They called the new virus hepatitis C virus (HCV). Subsequently, the complete genomes of various HCV isolates were cloned and sequenced by several groups. HCV is a positive, single-stranded RNA virus in the

69. Frontline Hepatitis Awareness
Contact Frontline hepatitis Awareness. Our new pins. For more information and toorder yours, contact Ane! Copyright© 20002002 Frontline hepatitis Awareness.

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Contact Frontline Hepatitis Awareness Please take the time to review and participate in our questionnaire. It's a short one and we would really appreciate your input. Thank you! Click Here Speak Out! Ask Questions! Ask Them Again! They are here! Our new pins. For more information and to order yours, contact Ane

70. L'hepatitis A
Descripci³, consells i qu¨ fer davant d'aquesta malaltia.
//config page columnas //alert(parent.document.location.pathname) Departament de Sanitat i Seguretat Social Sanitat Salut i malaltia
L'hepatitis A

    L'hepatitis A és una infecció del fetge, causada pel virus del mateix nom. És més freqüent entre nens petits, la majoria dels quals tenen la malaltia de forma molt benigna o sense cap símptoma. Els nens més grans i els adults tenen més possibilitats de presentar-ne símptomes. De tota manera, les formes greus de la malaltia són molt poc freqüents. Els primers símptomes inclouen febre, pèrdua de la gana, nàusees, vòmits, cansament i malestar general. L'afectació de les cèl·lules del fetge causa coloració groga de la pell i dels ulls (icterícia). Això és acompanyat, generalment, per una coloració fosca de l'orina i femtes blanquinoses. Generalment, la recuperació és completa al cap de poques setmanes i és seguida per immunitat permanent. No hi ha portadors crònics del virus de l'hepatitis A. No hi ha tractament específic per a l'hepatitis A. Es pot seguir una activitat normal i una dieta regular. Quedar-se al llit no accelera la recuperació i només es recomana mentre duri el malestar general.

71. Hepatitis Foreningen
Bred information omkring leverbetændelse. Med blad, brevkasse, nyheder, kontaktservice og telefonrådgiv Category World Dansk Fordøjelse Lever hepatitis......Arbejde i hepatitis Foreningen. Nyheds Oversigt. hepatitis TV. Se index. Se sidstenye spørgsmål til hepatitis brevkassen. Periodisk forhøjet levertal
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Hepatitis Brevkassen ... Send et postkort Nyt Postkort Medicinsk ID - Kort Prøv Hepatitis Quizzen Hepatitis Highlights NEWS Hepatitis Brevkassen The Hepatitis Collection Hepatitis Kontakten Gæstebog ... Brochurebestilling Nyhed Mermaid Pride 2002 Ansvarsfraskrivelse: Oplysninger på denne hjemmeside erstatter IKKE professionel lægerådgivning eller -behandling og kan således aldrig danne udgangspunkt for hverken diagnose eller behandling
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  • Hepatitis TV Se index Se sidste nye spørgsmål til Hepatitis brevkassen Vil passe adoptivbarn i eget...

    72. Hep C Vets, Hepatitis C Information For Medical Professionals And Patients, Hep
    Offers support for personnel who have tested positive, and those with liver diseases such as cirrhosis or liver cancer. Provides links to related resources.

    73. Hepatitis B Virus Page
    This is a growing web site dedicated to the hepatitis B virus.
    Updates: Splash Flash movie updated... site tweaking underway.
    This site makes extensive use of Macromedia Flash. If page is not fully visible,
    - See What's New for Latest Updates -
    Choose a Point of Interest What's New? History Pathogenesis Epidemiology Diagnosis Clinical Features Treatments Prevention Genome Life Cycle Particle Types Core Protein (HBc) Surface Proteins (HBs) Polymerase Protein (HBp) X Protein (HBx) Terminology Related Links About This Site
    • NOTE: These pages are to here to provide information to those wishing to learn more about this virus and related diseases. However, no part of these pages or information contained within should be used as personal medical advice. Health concerns should be discussed with a professional health care provider.

    since May 23, 1999.

    74. Bloodborne Pathogen Training Module
    Online Training Module What are bloodborne pathogens? hepatitis and HIV, routes of exposure, engineering controls, HBV vaccinations. (Oklahoma State University)
    Bloodborne Pathogens
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    75. Hepatitis C Association, Hepatitis C Awareness, Donor Support, And Education
    Includes details about the organization, events, news, brochures, related links and contact information.Category Health Conditions and Diseases hepatitis Organizations......The focus of the hepatitis C Association is to educate the public, bothmedical professionals and private citizens, about hepatitis C virus.
    NEWS from AASLD 2002 click here to read
    How Private is My Medical Information click to read
    Notify the FDA of side effects associated with interferon and/or ribavirin click to read
    (requires Internet Explorer) What is Hepatitis?
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    Who's Involved Hepatitis C News ... Contact Information We are not health professionals and all information should
    be checked with your healthcare provider.
    Site last updated: April 3, 2003
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    76. Hepatitis C Virus Infection In Cocaine Users: A Silent Epidemic
    A silent epidemic. Research news from the Medical College of Wisconsin.
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    Hepatitis C Virus Infection in Cocaine Users: A Silent Epidemic
    Researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin have found that up to one-third of cocaine users who thought they were healthy may be infected with hepatitis C. Hepatitis C can lead to chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis of the liver and even liver cancer. There is no cure or vaccine. It has been suggested by some researchers that Hepatitis C infection may be the major cause of liver disease in the United States. The use of alcohol may make the effects of Hepatitis C on the liver more severe. "Our observations suggest a significant epidemic in an unsuspecting population with little regular access to health care," notes study author Harold H. Harsch, MD

    77. WHO/OMS: Hepatitis
    Organization. WHO Fact Sheets hepatitis B; hepatitis C. Vaccines andImmunization Background information on hepatitis A, hepatitis B.
    WHO Fact Sheets Vaccines and Immunization
    Background information on Hepatitis A Hepatitis B Surveillance and Response
    Hepatitis C, global prevalence, epidemiology, publications and articles WHO Publications

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    78. - Self Tests For Prostate, HIV, Cholesterol, Hepatitis C, Helicobact
    Home test kits for breast cancer, HIV, stomach ulcers and hepatitis.
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    79. Hepatitis C
    Fact Sheet No. 164. Revised October 2000. hepatitis C. HCV is a major cause of acutehepatitis and chronic liver disease, including cirrhosis 2 and liver cancer.
      Fact Sheet No. 164 Revised October 2000 HEPATITIS C Hepatitis C is a viral infection of the liver which had been referred to as parenterally transmitted "non A, non B hepatitis" until identification of the causative agent in 1989. The discovery and characterization of the hepatitis C virus (HCV) led to the understanding of its primary role in post-transfusion hepatitis and its tendency to induce persistent infection. HCV is a major cause of acute hepatitis and chronic liver disease, including cirrhosis and liver cancer. Globally, an estimated 170 million persons are chronically infected with HCV and 3 to 4 million persons are newly infected each year. HCV is spread primarily by direct contact with human blood. The major causes of HCV infection worldwide are use of unscreened blood transfusions, and re-use of needles and syringes that have not been adequately sterilized. No vaccine is currently available to prevent hepatitis C and treatment for chronic hepatitis C is too costly for most persons in developing countries to afford. Thus, from a global perspective, the greatest impact on hepatitis C disease burden will likely be achieved by focusing efforts on reducing the risk of HCV transmission from nosocomial exposures (e.g. blood transfusions, unsafe injection practices) and high-risk behaviours (e.g. injection drug use).

    80. Welcome To Digestive Health & Nutrition Magazine
    Offers practical, upto-date news, tips, and treatment information for sufferers of digestive disorders, including colon cancer, constipation, ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, diarrhea, GERD, heartburn, hepatitis, and lactose intolerance.
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