Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Health_Conditions - Hepatitis Bookstore
Page 5     81-100 of 197    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Hepatitis:     more books (100)
  1. The African-American Guide to Hepatitis C (Spanish Edition) by Samuel Daniel, Temima Markovits, et all 2005-06-01
  2. Hepatitis (Perspectives on Diseases and Disorders) by Jacqueline Langwith, 2009-12-11
  3. Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sourcebook: Basic Information About Herpes, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Hepatitis, Nongonoccocal Urethritis, Pelvic Inflammatory ... AIDS, and More (Health Reference Series)
  4. Winning the Hepatitis C Battle: Understanding the Disease and how to treat it successfully by Shekhar Challa, 2003-10-01
  5. Hepatitis C: The Silent Killer by Carol Turkington, 1998-05
  6. Chronische Hepatitis-Zirrhosen: 7. Lebertagung d. Sozialmediziner, Bad Mergentheim, 15.-17. Okt. 1971 (German Edition)
  7. When Your Doctor is Wrong, Hepatitis B Vaccine and Autism by Judy Converse, 2002-06-11
  8. Hepatitis C, Other Liver Disorders and Liver Health: A Practical Guide by G.C. Farrell, 2002-01-01
  9. Hepatitis B: The Hunt for a Killer Virus by Baruch S. Blumberg, 2003-10-27
  10. Hepatitis C: Practical, Medical, and Spiritual Guidelines for Daily Living with HCV (Hazelden Pocket Health Guide) by Mark Jenkins, 2000-08-15
  11. 100 Questions&Answers About Hepatitis C: A Lahey Clinic Guide (100 Questions & Answers about) by Stephen C. Fabry, R. Anand Narasimhan, 2006-10-04
  12. Guia Sobre La Hepatitis C: Para la comunidad hispana (Spanish Edition) by Samuel J. Daniel MDFACPFACG, Temima Markovits RPA-C, et all 2007-01-01
  13. Hepatitis A to G: The Facts You Need to Know About All the Forms of This Dangerous Disease by Alan Berkman, Nicholas Bakalar, 2001-05-01
  14. Hepatitis B Virus and Immune Reponse (Nova Biomedical) by S. Fiorino, R. Vukotic, et all 2008-07

81. Hepatitis Control Report

82. 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.
Page redirection notice Our website has been recently redesigned and the page you are trying to access is no longer available. If in the past you created bookmarks pointing to our web pages you must clear them all from your Favorites list. Your current bookmarks pointing to the Hepatitis C Society of Canada website are no longer valid. Once you have entered our new website by clicking on the link below, navigate to the page you are looking for, and then add it to your Favorites list, again. Thank you for staying with us.

The termVIRAL hepatitis is usually used to describe infections caused by agents whose Acute hepatitis may also occur as part of the clinical course of a
The term VIRAL HEPATITIS is usually used to describe infections caused by agents whose primary tissue tropism is the liver.
To date, at least five hepatitis viruses have been recognised, and these have been named:-
Hepatitis A, B, C, D and E.
Acute hepatitis may also occur as part of the clinical course of a number of viral infections, including
human cytomegalovirus, Epstein-Barr virus, herpes simplex virus, yellow fever virus and rubella.
Clinical Features Hepatitis
due to all these viruses presents clinically in a very similar fashion, especially during the acute phase of the illness. Thus a specific diagnosis can only be made in the laboratory.
The majority of infections are totally asymptomatic , but common clinical features include: anorexia, nausea, vomiting, right upper quadrant pain and raised liver enzymes AST and ALT.
is the hall mark of infection, but tends to develop late.

84. - Health - Paramedic With Hepatitis C Stages Sit-in At Philadelphia City
health Editions myCNN Video ... Feedback
CNN Sites CNN CNN Europe CNNfn CNNSI myCNN CNNfyi AllPolitics Languages
Search The Web

New treatments hold out hope for breast cancer patients


Thousands dead in India; quake toll rapidly rising

Israelis, Palestinians make final push before Israeli election
Davos protesters confront police MORE ... MORE MARKETS 4:30pm ET, 4/16 DJIA NAS SPORTS Jordan says farewell for the third time ... LOCAL EDITIONS: Europe change default edition MULTIMEDIA: video video archive audio multimedia showcase ... more services E-MAIL: Subscribe to one of our news e-mail lists Enter your address: DISCUSSION: chat feedback CNN WEB SITES: Europe AsiaNow Spanish ... Korean Headlines TIME INC. SITES: Go To ... People Money Fortune EW CNN NETWORKS: CNN anchors transcripts Turner distribution SITE INFO: help contents search ad info ... jobs WEB SERVICES:
Paramedic with hepatitis C stages sit-in at Philadelphia City Hall
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania (AP) A paramedic who said she became infected with hepatitis C during an emergency call several years ago staged a sit-in at city hall, vowing not to leave until the mayor approves a contract that would increase health benefits. Lt. Mary Kohler, an 11-year veteran of the Philadelphia Fire Department, remained in a hallway outside Mayor John F. Street's office early Wednesday. She was joined by another firefighter with the disease.

85. Hepatitis Prevention Programs
Division of Viral hepatitis at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention The site also features general information on hepatitis B and hepatitis A
Hepatitis A, B, and C Prevention Programs
Information and Programs for Adults and Adolescents at Risk
Presented by the Immunization Action Coalition with dedicated funding from the
Division of Viral Hepatitis at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Home Hep Express Free e-news. Sign up! Read past issues Search Prevention Programs APIA programs Corrections, adult Corrections, juvenile Family planning Harm reduction Homeless programs MSM Other programs School programs STD/HIV Index of programs Submit your program Support Group Info Hepatitis B Hepatitis C Listed by state Hepatitis B Info FAQ about disease FAQ about vaccine VISs Laws and mandates Case histories Photos Videos Hepatitis A Info FAQ about disease FAQ about vaccine VISs Laws and mandates Case histories Photos Hep-related Topics International adoption Tattooing and piercing Travel vaccination Healthcare workers Needle safety Dialysis 2003 CDC hep. conf.

86. GlobeImmune Home
Tharapies against hepatitis C, EGFR, the Gag protein of the HIV virus and oncogenerelated mutations in human cancer. Includes technology overview, progress of clinical trials, and profile of company in Aurora Colorado.
Site Search : Home Technology Products Corporate ... Contact Us GlobeImmune, Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company pioneering the discovery, development and manufacturing of potent, targeted molecular immunotherapies called Tarmogens TM for the treatment of cancer and infectious diseases. The Company's lead product series, GI-4000 for the treatment of cancers of the lung and gastrointestinal tract, is currently in Phase 1 clinical trials. The Company initiated a Phase 1b trial for its second product, GI-5005, a Tarmogen for the treatment of chronic hepatitis C infection in July 2005. Tarmogens are whole, heat-killed recombinant Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast genetically modified to express one or more protein antigens that program the immune system to specifically target and eliminate diseased cells. Tarmogens are avidly taken up by the cells that activate the immune system, called antigen presenting cells, which mobilize "killer T cells” directed against the desired target. GlobeImmune's patented Tarmogen platform has a number of advantages over current approaches because Tarmogens:
  • Generate potent T cell immune responses against cells expressing target antigens Are not neutralized by the host immune system Do not require a custom vaccine approach Can be rapidly engineered against new antigen and disease targets Are simple to manufacture
Interested in a career at GlobeImmune?

87. Hepatitis - Resources, Prevention, And Treatment Of Hepatitis
Find general information about hepatitis including symptoms, prevention, treatments, and ways to reduce your risk. Also find resources for those living with
zJs=10 zJs=11 zJs=12 zJs=13 zc(5,'jsc',zJs,9999999,'') zfs=0;zCMt='a77' About Hepatitis Hepatitis Essentials ... Help zau(256,140,140,'el','','');w(xb+xb+' ');zau(256,140,140,'von','','');w(xb+xb);
FREE Newsletter
Sign Up Now for the Hepatitis newsletter!
See Online Courses
Search Hepatitis From Apply Now
Your Guide to Hepatitis
FREE Newsletter. Sign Up Now! Get the Facts on the Hep B Vaccine
Today, most children receive Hepatitis B vaccines when they are newly born. Because of this, most U.S. schools have implemented a catch-up program where 11 and 12 year olds are required to have the vaccine before they start school. Get the answers to your Hep B vaccine questions before you take your child to get immunized.
Read Archives
Back to School: Vaccine Requirements
Many schools require students to have a series of vaccinations before they start the school year. Read on about hepatitis school vaccination requirements
Read Archives
Make Sense of Your Liver Tests
Check out this easy to use liver test chart from the National Nurses Advisory Council (NNAC) and the Hepatitis Foundation International and make sense out of your liver test results.

88. SciClone Pharmaceuticals: Welcome
Develops and markets products targeted for treatment of cancer and diseases such as hepatitis B and C, cystic fibrosis and immune system disorders. Based in San Mateo, California. (Nasdaq SCLN)
Contact Us Sitemap document.write(navOptions[1]); for the treatment of hepatitis C, hepatitis B and certain cancers.
SciClone Reports Second Quarter 2005 Results

SciClone Presents Preclinical Data Demonstrating SCV-07's Activity in Human Papillomavirus and Lassa Fever Models
Most carriers contracted the hepatitis C virus (HCV) before blood screening for the virus began in 1990. Once infected, 20 years can pass before life-threatening complications arise.
Unfortunately, nearly half of HCV patients fail current therapy. SciClone is evaluating ZADAXIN in two phase 3 trials, aiming to meet the growing need for a cure for HCV.
To learn more
More about ZADAXIN ZADAXIN clinical trials
Notes Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

Site design by Formative

89. Autoimmune Hepatitis
Jackson Gastroenterology s Web Site includes office information and paient education material on digestive and liver disorders, and nutrition.

Jackson Gastro Patient Education
Hepatitis The Liver
The liver is the largest organ in the body. It is found high in the right upper abdomen, behind the ribs. It is a very complex organ and has many functions. They include:
  • Storing energy in the form of sugar (glucose) Storing vitamins, iron, and other minerals Making proteins, including blood clotting factors, to keep the body healthy and help it grow Processing worn out red blood cells Making bile which is needed for food digestion Metabolizing or breaking down many medications and alcohol Killing germs that enter the body through the intestine
The liver shoulders a heavy work load for the body, and almost never complains. It even has a remarkable power to regenerate itself. Still, it should not be taken for granted. The liver is subject to illnesses that can lead to permanent damage. One example is autoimmune hepatitis, a condition in which the body fights against its own liver. What is Hepatitis?
When cells in the body are injured by such things as chemicals or infection, the area that is wounded becomes inflamed. Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver, which in turn causes damage to individual liver cells. It is most often caused by viral infection. However, it can also be caused by alcohol, certain drugs, chemicals or poisons, or other diseases. Hepatitis may be either acute or chronic. In acute hepatitis, the inflammation develops quickly and lasts only a short period of time. The patient usually recovers completely, but it can take up to several months. Occasionally, a person fails to recover fully, and the hepatitis becomes chronic. In other words, it continues at a smoldering pace. Chronic hepatitis can develop over a number of years without the patient ever having acute hepatitis or even feeling sick. As the liver repairs itself, fibrous tissue develops, much like a scar forms after a cut or injury to the skin heals. Advanced scarring of the liver is called cirrhosis. Over time, cirrhosis irreversibly damages the liver, eventually ending in liver failure.

90. Hepatitis A :Information, News, Law And Resources.
Information and news about hepatitis A outbreaks, legal cases, and research.
What is Hepatitis A? Hepatitis A is one of five human hepatitis viruses that primarily infect the human liver and cause human illness. (There are many other viruses that can inflame the liver which infect us more generally.) The other known human hepatitis viruses are hepatitis B, C, D, and E. Hepatitis A is relatively unusual in nations with developed sanitation systems such as the United States. Nevertheless, it continues to occur here. Each year, an estimated 100 persons die as a result of acute liver failure in the United States due to Hepatitis A . Approximately 30 - 50,000 cases occur yearly in the United States and the direct and indirect costs of these cases exceed $300 million . The unfortunate aspect of these statistics is that with 21st century medicine, Hepatitis A is totally preventable, and isolated cases, and especially outbreaks relegated to food consumption, need not occur. Viral Hepatitis is a major public health concern in the United States, and a source of si1gnificant morbidity and mortality.
How is Hepatitis A transmitted?

91. Instant Advocacy Initiative
Help fight liver disease by emailing Congress with an automated congressional E-mailer (ACE) system. Also join a list to be kept up to date with liver disease.
Your free access to this Instant Advocacy Initiative is a public service brought to you by: Maximum Milk Thistle..."natural liver protection at its best." click here for more information For more information about Hepatitis C, please visit
Welcome to the
Instant Advocacy Initiative
"Where you can help fight liver disease by e-mailing Congress." Our " " lets you get your voice heard in Washington in three simple steps
  • Choose a subject from our list and copy the text (or write your own) Put in your zip code to automatically find your representatives Personalize and then send your message at the push of a button
  • Now You Can Easily Make a Significant Difference By taking part in an ongoing advocacy initiative through this website you can help more than just yourself or a loved one. Your effort may also help everyone in the USA who has liver disease concerns. As you may already know, liver disease research, education and other related issues are significantly under-funded in the United States. A study presented at the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases meeting on Tuesday November 9, 1999 concluded that long-term damage from hepatitis C infections alone may cost the U.S. economy more than $81 billion by 2019.

    92. Ask The Doctor: The Hepatitis Forum At Med Help
    Patientto-patient forum about all aspects of this disease and treatment issues.
    Welcome to the Hepatitis Forum
    Please note that this forum is currently not being moderated by medical professionals. It is currently a patient-to-patient support Forum. Before entering the Forum please take a moment to review the following :
    YES, I agree with the terms below, please take me into the Forum
    • Information contained within The Forum is intended solely for general educational purposes. The information contained in this service is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice relative to your specific medical condition or question. ALWAYS seek the advice of your physician or other health provider for any questions you may have regarding your medical condition. Information provided in this forum DOES NOT constitute a doctor-patient relationship between you and any physicians affiliated with Any Participating Institutions.
      Any Participating Institutions and Med Help International do not warrant the accuracy, completeness or correctness, timeliness, or usefulness of any information contained herein. In no event will Any Participating Institutions or Med Help International be liable to you or anyone else for any decision made or action taken by you or anyone else in reliance upon the information provided through this forum. You will hold any Participating Institutions and/or Med Help International harmless for liability from any such actions or decisions taken by you in reliance upon such information.

    93. Schering Hepatitis Innovations Hepatitis A, B, C Symptoms And
    Schering hepatitis Innovations is your resource center for hepatitis A, B, C symptoms and treatments.
    We're sorry; This site is no longer available. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes, and we encourage you to visit our other, newly updated sites for information about symptoms and treatments for hepatitis C Learn more about this treatment and the easy-to-use PEG-INTRON . Also see PEG-INTRON Prescribing Information This site, , is designed to help you learn more about hepatitis C, including its causes, how hepatitis C is spread, its consequences, how to prevent hepatitis C, and how hepatitis C is diagnosed and treated. Terms and Conditions

    94. Willkommen Bei Der Hepatitis Hilfe NRW E.V.
    Informationen ¼ber Infektionswege, Pr¤vention, Diagnostik, Therapie sowie zu Gruppentreffen, Veranstaltungen und Kontaktm¶glichkeiten.
    Hepatitis Hilfe NRW e.V.
    Und Mut machen, sich mit der Krankheit auseinander zu setzen! Derzeit werden spam-mails versandt, deren Absender auf den ersten Blick diese site ist.
    Absenderadressen wie z.B. callcenter(a) oder adresses(a) sind generiert:
    Sie existieren nicht und haben daher auch keinerlei Verbindung zu uns! die

    95. Hepatitis C
    Information about hepatitis C from the American Academy of Family Physicians.

    Advanced Search Home Conditions A to Z Infections Hepatitis C What is hepatitis? How does hepatitis affect the liver? What is hepatitis C? I've never used IV drugs or been stuck with a dirty needle. How did I get hepatitis C? ... Do I have to take interferon?
    Hepatitis C
    Printer-friendly version Email this article
    What is hepatitis?
    Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver. Inflammation causes soreness and swelling. Hepatitis can be caused by many things. Drinking too much alcohol, abusing drugs and taking some medicines can cause hepatitis. Many viruses can cause hepatitis, too. There are 2 main kinds of hepatitis, acute hepatitis and chronic hepatitis. When a person has hepatitis, the liver may become inflamed very suddenly. This is called acute hepatitis. If you have acute hepatitis, you might have nausea, vomiting, fever and body aches. Or you may not have any symptoms. Most people get over the acute inflammation in a few days or a few weeks. Sometimes, however, the inflammation doesn't go away. When the inflammation doesn't go away, the person has chronic hepatitis. Return to top
    How does hepatitis affect the liver?

    96. Leverbetændelse (hepatitis)
    Om de forskellige typer, symptomer, smitte og behandling.
    Annonce i NetDoktor i Fagbogen Forside Nyheder Genveje Babyklub Rygestop-service Slankedoktoren Fagbogen Leksikon Sygdomme Medicin Symptomer Sundhed Emner Allergi Angst Depression Inkontinens ... Patientforeninger Service Test dig selv Information Kontakt NetDoktor Om NetDoktor ND i andre lande Af Court Pedersen Ove Schaffalitzky de Muckadell
    Hvad er hepatitis?

    Smitsom virus-hepatitis:
    Alvorlige bakterieinfektioner Sidst opdateret: Sponsor Annonce Annonce GENVEJE: Babyklub Rygestop-service Slankedoktoren Fagbogen LEKSIKON: Sygdomme Medicin Symptomer Sundhed EMNER: Allergi Angst Depression Inkontinens ... Patientforeninger SERVICE: Test dig selv INFORMATION: Kontakt NetDoktor Om NetDoktor ND i andre lande Brugerbetingelser: Vigtige juridiske informationer ... fortrolighedspolitik The documents contained in this web site are presented for information purposes only. The material is in no way intended to replace professional medical care or attention by a qualified practitioner. The materials in this web site cannot and should not be used as a basis for diagnosis or choice of treatment. Click here - Conditions for use - Important legal information.

    97. Hepatitis B And C
    Information about hepatitis B and C from the American Academy of Family Physicians.

    Advanced Search Home Conditions A to Z Infections Hepatitis B and C What are chronic hepatitis B and chronic hepatitis C? How does a person get hepatitis B or C? What are the symptoms of acute hepatitis B or C? What is the difference between acute and chronic hepatitis? ... Can hepatitis B or C be prevented?
    Hepatitis B and C
    Printer-friendly version Email this article
    What are chronic hepatitis B and chronic hepatitis C?
    Hepatitis B and C are similar kinds of liver infection that are caused by viruses. Chronic hepatitis B and C are long-term infections of the liver that develop after a bout of acute hepatitis. Return to top
    How does a person get hepatitis B or C?
    Hepatitis B or C can be caught in different ways. Hepatitis B and hepatitis C are spread by contact with infected blood or other body fluids of people who have hepatitis B or C infection. For example, you can get hepatitis B and C by having sex with an infected person. People who use intravenous drugs can get hepatitis B or C when they share needles with someone who has the virus. Health care workers, such as nurses, lab technicians and doctors, can get these infections if they are accidentally stuck with a needle that was used on an infected patient. Return to top
    What are the symptoms of acute hepatitis B or C?

    Resumen de la bºsqueda de marcadores autoinmunes en presencia de hepatitis C.
    setAdGroup(''); var cm_role = "live" var cm_host = "" var cm_taxid = "/memberembedded"
    Search: Lycos Tripod Dating Search Share This Page Report Abuse Edit your Site ... Next AUTOINMUNIDAD EN LA INFECCION CRONICA POR EL VIRUS DE LA HEPATITIS C MATERIAL Y METODO RESULTADOS RESULTADOS Tabla No.- 1 Datos del Paciente Marcadores de Autoinmunidad Paciente Sexo Edad Factor Reumatoide Crioglobulina ANA AAML PFT Otros F Positivo Positivo Negativo Negativo Normal D.M M Positivo Negativo Negativo Normal No M Negativo Negativo Negativo Normal No F Negativo Negativo Negativo Negativo Normal No F Negativo Negativo Negativo Negativo Hipotiroidismo No M Positivo Negativo Negativo Negativo Normal No F Positivo Negativo Negativo Negativo Normal No F Negativo Negativo Negativo Negativo Normal No F Negativo Negativo Negativo Negativo Normal No F Negativo Negativo Negativo Negativo Normal No M Negativo Negativo Negativo Negativo Normal No F Negativo Negativo Negativo Negativo Normal No F Positivo Negativo Negativo Negativo Normal No Gráfica No. 1 Relación de Hepatitis por Virus C y Autoinmunidad comparada con 56 pacientes con Hepatopatía no asociada a Virus C.
  • Ala I Shara, Hepatitis C. Ann Intern Med 1996; 125:658-68.
  • 99. Hepatitis C Society Of Canada - Welcome
    hepatitis C Society of Canada Welcome.



    100. Gezondheidsinfo
    Wereldwijd zijn circa 350 miljoen mensen drager van het virus.(GGD)

    A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

    Page 5     81-100 of 197    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | Next 20

    free hit counter