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[Hepatitis B Treatment Information]

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This information sheet discusses treatment for persons who are chronically infected with the hepatitis B virus. It explains the current treatment, including the seven Food and Drug Administration approved drugs that can reduce the risk of progressive liver damage. It answers the question whether every patient with HBV infection needs to be treated, discusses clinical trials, and provides sources for further treatment information.

Chi Tieát Ñieàu Trò Vieâm Gan Loaïi B

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This information sheet discusses treatment for persons who are chronically infected with the hepatitis B virus. It explains the current treatment, including the seven Food and Drug Administration approved drugs that can reduce the risk of progressive liver damage. It answers the question whether every patient with HBV infection needs to be treated, discusses clinical trials, and provides sources for further treatment information.

[Hepatitis B Treatment Information]

NPIN admin's picture
This information sheet discusses treatment for persons who are chronically infected with the hepatitis B virus. It explains the current treatment, including the seven Food and Drug Administration approved drugs that can reduce the risk of progressive liver damage. It answers the question whether every patient with HBV infection needs to be treated, discusses clinical trials, and provides sources for further treatment information.

Información Sobre el Tratamiento de la Hepatitis B

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This information sheet discusses treatment for persons who are chronically infected with the hepatitis B virus. It explains the current treatment, including the seven Food and Drug Administration approved drugs that can reduce the risk of progressive liver damage. It answers the question whether every patient with HBV infection needs to be treated, discusses clinical trials, and provides sources for further treatment information.

Hepatitis B and Health Care Providers: What You Need to Know

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This information sheet discusses hepatitis B and health care providers. It describes the disease, which is caused by hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection, and the increased risk of exposure for health care workers who are in contact with human blood, blood products, and body fluids. It explains how a health care worker can be protected by getting hepatitis B vaccine, and the use of post exposure prophylaxis to treat health care workers who have been exposed to the virus.

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