to better understand the importance of ___ it may be helpful to understand the viruses responsible for ___ and ___.
Diligent Infection Control Pratice( D.I.C.P ), Hepatitius, Aids
how many Characteristics are there in the Viral Hepatits A
is almost a ___ disease
is transmittied via the ___ and is most often seen in ___ childern
oral fecal route, young preschool age
is not considered a serious problem for ___ population.
CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE ( CKD )
approx 20,000 cases of hepatits A are reported each year
Hepatitis B was discovered in?
Hepatitius B was dicovered during the study of
Human Serum constituents ( HSC )
The Antibody therefore called?
The ___ was therefore called?
Associated with ___ in ___
Hepatitis , 1966
in ___ the ___ was associated with the transmission of ___
1966, Australian Antigen , hepatitis
Surface Antigen can be dectected from ___ to ___ weeks before clinical symptons develop.
____appears weeks to month after the initial infections,and is the excpeted immune responce to the ___
Surface Anitbody,Hepitius B virus( HBV )
Core Antibody ( ___ ) indicates active viral replication and is present at the time symptoms develop.
___ ( serum IgM ) is assocaited with surface antibody and is typical of a previous infection.
approx 25,000 cases of hepitits B were reported each year
In what year was Hepititis C know as non-A, non-B,non C
Anitbody testing is 100% specific but only___ sensitive because of the immune responce of the___ is delayed for months
50-70 %, HCV
____( AST ) levels are a better early indicator of___ infection
Aminotransferase, Hepitits C
Approx ___ new casesare reported each year
as many ___ of the ___ population is thought to have the virus with the range of 1%-47%
___ test for ___
Serologic, Hepatitis C
Renal patients are most often tested for hepitits C only when ___are elevated..
what does HDV mean
Hepatitis delta virus
Patients with___ must be isolated especially from patients with ___ to prevent the spread...