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Canadian, Oklahoma (PRWEB) May 01, 2015 Hepatitis Awareness Month The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and its public health partners join together in raising public awareness of viral hepatiti...
The theme for this year’s World Hepatitis Day is "Prevent hepatitis, act now.“ Viral hepatitis is caused by five distinct hepatitis viruses. Infection from these viruses results in approxi...
May is Hepatitis Awareness Month, and May 19 is Hepatitis Testing Day. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) presents the facts about the three most common types of viral hepatitis.
On World Hepatitis Day (28 July) WHO highlights the urgent need for countries to enhance action to prevent viral hepatitis infection and to ensure that people who have been infected are diagnosed and...
How can clinicians work together to both better understand and track hepatitis B and C globally? Journal of Viral Hepatitis
Hepatitis C is one of the most common chronic infectious illnesses in the U.S. today and affects nearly 3.2 million Americans. Complications of hepatitis C infection include liver cancer as well as ci...
A literature review shows that more research is needed.
Results revealed today at the International Liver Congress™ 2015 demonstrate current treatment and prevention programmes need to be scaled up in order to make elimination of hepatitis B virus (H...
Exertional rhabdomyolysis is a clinical condition caused by intense, repetitive exercise or a sudden increase in exercise in an untrained person, although rhabdomyolysis can occur in trained athletes....
While rhabdomyolysis has been associated with many causative factors, it is rarely described in connection with hyperthyroidism. We report a 42-year-old woman with a history of two rhabdomyolysis even...
Exertional rhabdomyolysis is a clinical entity of significant muscle breakdown in the setting of exercise. However, clinical course and discharge criteria, once hospitalized, are poorly described. We ...
Rhabdomyolysis is a potential life-threatening condition characterized by a rapid destruction of striated muscle cells. Causes include trauma, muscle hypoxia, drugs, malignant hyperthermia, infections...
Several studies have reported rhabdomyolysis induced by various drugs but not by the antiepileptic drug levetiracetam. We present a case of suspected levetiracetam-induced rhabdomyolysis. A 29-year-ol...