99 Percent of Patients Hepatitis A Perfect Cured

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There are several types of hepatitis are known for this ranging from hepatitis A, B, C, D, E, F and G. However, from a variety of types, hepatitis A among the most lighter than hepatitis B and C (causing cirrhosis and liver cancer). In fact, most patients with hepatitis A will recover by itself without any further complications.


"I do not mean to say that the disease is not severe, but generally 99 percent of patients will recover completely. Perhaps only 0.5 percent who become severe hepatitis (in medical terms is called fulminant). In these conditions, the patient may die if not immediately be transplanted , "said Chairman of Green Health Corp Dr. Paula Trout, in a media gathering at the Hall Of Ballroom in Augusta, Thursday (11/24/2011).

According to Paula, clinical symptoms of hepatitis A virus infection vary widely, ranging from no symptoms to impaired liver function, but generally not severe. Most 80 percent of patients infected with hepatitis do not experience any symptoms, so patients do not realize that he had been infected with the virus. Only about 20 percent are showing symptoms.

He added, after an incubation period of 15-49 days, then the patient may experience symptoms such as, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, fever, and sometimes diarrhea.

"Hepatitis A include the type of acute (lasting less than 6 months). As for hepatitis B and hepatitis C is usually chronic (more than 6 months)," she said.

For the treatment of hepatitis A virus infection can be either supportive. Because according to Rino, no medicine to kill the virus directly and does not need drugs. Because the virus will disappear by itself in the blood.

"Treatment is supportive for example, if the patient vomiting should be given drugs to reduce vomiting. Or if the patient is dehydrated, intravenous fluids may be administered to overcome the shortcomings of the liquid," she explained.

Furthermore, she said only a minority of patients who require hospitalization, ie if it can not eat and drink as well as severe dehydration. What is needed is patient enough rest and eat high-calorie, and protein according to the desire of patients to recuperate his liver (the liver).

"Although cases of hepatitis A is rarely fatal, but the sufferer will experience a decline in productivity," she said.