Hepatitis A block:C


1.  Sciencific name is:Hepatovirus hepatitis a virus.

 

2.  It is Hepatitis A- desise.

 

3.  Infected poeple excrete the Hepatitis A virus with their faces two weeks and one week after the appearance of jaundice.  The time between the infection and the start of the illness can run from 15 to 45 days, and approximatly 15% of sufferers may experience relasing symptoms  from 6 months to a year following intial diagnosis.

 

4.  Most commonly transmited by facal-oral route, such as contaminated food, Hepatitis A does not have a chronic stage and does not cause pemanent liver damege.

 

5.  Always wash your hands after and before eating and more importantly after using toilet.  Use your own towels and tooth brushes, eatng utensils, and other personal products.

 

6.  It attackes a generates a protein called 3ABC that chops up MAVC, inferfering with immune signaling and possibly providing the cover the virus needs to survive so long in the liver.

 

7.  Symtoms ma return over following 36 mounth and may include:

  • Fatigue
  • Fever
  • Abdomimal pain
  • Nausea
  • Diarrhea
  • Apptite loss
  • Depression
  • Jaundice, a yellow skin or white of the eyes
  • Sharp pains on lower right side of the torso(the liver)

 

8.  After having this infection you organism defids itself because of the emmune system protection.

 

9.Suffers are adviced to rest, avoid fatty foods and alcohol(there may be poorly tolerated for some additional months during the reccovery phase and cause minor relapses), eat well-balenced diet, and stay hydrated.  Appromximatly 15% of people maydiagnosed with Hepatitis A may experiance one or more symptomatic relapse(s) for up to  24 months after contracting this disease.

 

10. a) the most people with hepatitis A is in African.

      b) the lowest number of peole with Hpatitis A is in North America.

      c) In American history least 640 people (killing four) in northern ohio and south-western Pennsylvania in late 2003, the most widespread desiase.

      d) In februery 2007 one of the celebritiese in sports illustrated, Wlfgang Puck, found out that he has hepatitis A

      e) In March 2007, English actor and stateman, John Inmen, died from complications due to hepatitis A.