Viral Hepatitis Traitement Viral Hepatitis
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Treatment Viral Hepatitis: The ABCs of Viral Hepatitis. Here, you will know more about viral hepatitis, liver’s diseases and the treatment

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Viral Hepatitis Traitement Viral Hepatitis

Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver. Viral hepatitis means viral inflammation of the liver. So, hepatitis can be caused by many things such as physical injury, bacterial infections, adverse drug interactions, and viruses.

There are five viruses identified (hepatitis A, B, C, D and E) that specifically attack the liver and cause “viral hepatitis” or inflammation of the liver due to a virus. All of the hepatitis viruses cause a new or “acute” infection. But only the hepatitis B and C viruses can result in chronic infection. Hepatitis B and hepatitis C increase the risk of a person developing cirrhosis, liver failure or liver cancer.

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The ABCs of Viral Hepatitis

Type of Viral Hepatitis

   Mode of Transmission / Prevention / Natural Treatment Hepatitis

  Hepatitis A (HAV)

  • Transmitted through contaminated food and water.
  • Recovery from an acute infection provides lifelong protection against future exposure to HAV.
  • There is no chronic infection associated with HAV.
  • Good personal hygiene and proper sanitation can help prevent hepatitis A.
  • A safe vaccine is available for babies > 12 months, and children and adults.
  • The hepatitis A vaccine is recommended for people with hepatitis B.
  • No drug treatment is needed for an HAV infection.
  • Traitement Viral Hepatitis A

  Hepatitis B (HBV)

  • Transmitted through infected blood, unprotected sex, unsterile or contaminated needles, and from an infected woman to her newborn during childbirth.
  • Chronic infection can occur in 90% of infants exposed to HBV, up to 50% of young children, and 10% of adults.
  • HBV is the primary cause of liver cancer, which is the 2nd leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide.
  • There is a vaccine for newborns, children and adults.
  • There are drug treatments but no cure for HBV.
  • Traitement Viral Hepatitis B

  Hepatitis C (HCV)

  • Transmitted through infected blood, unprotected sex, and contaminated or unsterile needles.
  • Chronic infection can occur in 55–85% of infected adults.
  • HCV is the leading cause of liver transplants in the U.S.
  • There is no vaccine.
  • A cure for HCV was discovered and approved in 2013.
  • Traitement Viral Hepatitis C
  Hepatitis Delta (HDV)
 
  • Transmitted through infected blood, unprotected sex, unsterile or contaminated needles and from an infected woman to her newborn.
  • HDV infection is only possible if a person is already infected with hepatitis B or a person can be infected with both viruses at the same time.
  • An HDV co-infection with hepatitis B results in more serious and rapid liver damage.
  • The hepatitis B vaccine can prevent HDV.
  • Traitement Viral Hepatitis D
  Hepatitis E (HEV)
  • Transmitted through contaminated water, food (particularly pork and shellfish), and blood products.
  • There is no chronic infection associated with HEV.
  • Traitement Viral Hepatitis E
  • There is no approved vaccine in the USA, although China has produced and licensed a vaccine.
  • No drug treatment for HEV