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Viral-Hepetitis investigated in district jail: 378 prisoners conducted investigation, 2 reports came positive

Viral-Hepetitis investigated in district jail: 378 prisoners conducted investigation, 2 reports came positive

On the instructions of Dr. Sudhir Kumar Dehria, Chief Medical and Health Officer in the district jail, the viral hepatitis B was examined by Dr. RK Verma, the nodal officer of the National viral Hepatitis Control Program, and the viral hepatitis B of about 378 prisoners of the jail. Which included 16 women captives. After investigation, 2 captives have been found positive, whose treatment has been started by conducting viral load tests. In the camp, the Jail Superintendent Sanjay Salaam gave detailed information about the viral hepatitis control program. District epidemic expert Dr. Ruchira Uike informed that the information about viral hepatitis is rescue. The causes of hepatitis spread include unprotected syringes, using tattoos, unprotected sex, etc. Do not share needles, razor blades, toothbrushes and towels etc. for rescue. Use safe sex and prevention. Use blood and products only from licensed blood bank. Dehriya said that all pregnant mothers should get Hepatitis B tested. If the hepatitis B report of pregnant women is found positive, then get them delivered at the health center itself. Hepatitis B vaccine should be applied to the newborn within 24 hours of birth. Hepatitis B positive pregnant woman should get the baby born with vaccination as well as hepatitis B immune globulin vaccine. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa codes of Eti.

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July 28th 2022, 12:59 pm
Amitesh Kumar
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