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World Hepatitis Day, please protect your "little darling"!

Date:2021-07-28 Hits:327

July 28, 2021 is the 11th World Hepatitis Day determined by the World Health Organization. The CDC of the National Health Commission has determined that the theme of this year's publicity is "active prevention, active testing, standardized treatment, and comprehensive containment of hepatitis hazards", which aims to call on the public to actively inoculate hepatitis vaccines, take an active physical examination to understand the liver health status, carry out standardized antiviral treatment for patients with chronic viral hepatitis, and comprehensively curb the threat of viral hepatitis to human health.

Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver caused by viruses, bacteria, parasites, chemical poisons, alcohol, self-immunity and other factors. Liver function is seriously damaged, in turn, it can cause a series of discomfort symptoms that affect the body. 5 kinds of hepatitis are common. Hepatitis caused by different viruses has different transmission routes and clinical processes after infection. Hepatitis A and hepatitis E are digestive tract transmitted diseases, which can be transmitted through contaminated hands, food or water; Hepatitis B, hepatitis C and hepatitis D are mainly transmitted through mother-to-child vertical, sex and blood.

According to research, there are about 12 million chronic hepatitis patients in our country, which indicates that viral hepatitis will seriously endanger people's lives. Siyuan medical device manufacturers remind everyone to take the initiative to pay attention to hepatitis vaccine and take the initiative to conduct physical examination to understand the liver health status. Patients with chronic viral hepatitis receive standard antiviral therapy, which is the most direct and effective method to reduce the spread of liver disease.

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