World Health Organization Technical Report Series Viral Hepatisis

Book : World Health Organization Technical Report Series Viral Hepatisis

Author : * A. H.Maslow

Language : English

Episode : Social Phsician

Publishing Location : Geneva

Skin : 512

Published Date : Ocak 1973

Publisher : World Health Organization

Language : Turkish

Document Type : Report

Book No : 4708

INDEX

CONTENTS
Introduction
Terminology
Terminology of the antigen
Terminology of the disease
Viral hepatitis type A
Attempts to identify hepatitis type A agent(s) by immunological methods
Tissue culture studies
Transmission of hepatitis type A to human volımteers
Animal studies
Electron microscopic studies
Viral hepatitis type B
Distribution and prevalence
Incubation period
Modes of transmission
Hepatitis type B and medical çare
Changing patterns of infection in certain developed countries
Genetic factors
Subtypes of hepatitis B antigen and their significance
Immunopathology
Chronic liver disease in Africa and Asia
Liver celi carcinoma
Extrahepatic lesions
Detection and measurement of hepatitis B antigen and antibody
Immunodiffusion
Counter-immunoelectrophoresis
Complement fixation
Immune adherence
Latex agglutination
Passive haemagglutination and passive-haemagglutination inhibition
Radioimmunoassay
Immune electron microscopy
Other techniques
Methods for subtyping
Other antigen-antibody systems
Hepatitis B and blood transfusion services
The prevalence of hepatitis B antigen in blood donors
Hepatitis B antigen in blood and blood derivatives
Use of donors with clinical evidence of prior hepatitis infection.....
Post-transfusion hepatitis
Management of blood donors positive for hepatitis B antigen
Safety in blood transfusion laboratories
Other special risk groups
Maintenance haemodialysis
Entry of the hepatitis virüs into dialysis or transplant units.......
Spread of infection from patients to staff
CONTENTS
Introduction
Terminology
Terminology of the antigen
Terminology of the disease
Viral hepatitis type A
Attempts to identify hepatitis type A agent(s) by immunological methods.
Tissue culture studies
Transmission of hepatitis type A to human volımteers
Animal studies
Electron microscopic studies
Viral hepatitis type B
Distribution and prevalence
Incubation period
Modes of transmission
Hepatitis type B and medical çare
Changing patterns of infection in certain developed countries
Genetic factors
Subtypes of hepatitis B antigen and their significance
Immunopathology
Chronic liver disease in Africa and Asia
Liver celi carcinoma
Extrahepatic lesions
Detection and measurement of hepatitis B antigen and antibody
Immunodiffusion
Counter-immunoelectrophoresis
Complement fixation
Immune adherence
Latex agglutination
Passive haemagglutination and passive-haemagglutination inhibition
Radioimmunoassay
Immune electron microscopy
Other techniques
Methods for subtyping
Other antigen-antibody systems
Hepatitis B and blood transfusion services
The prevalence of hepatitis B antigen in blood donors
Hepatitis B antigen in blood and blood derivatives
Use of donors with clinical evidence of prior hepatitis infection
Post-transfusion hepatitis
Management of blood donors positive for hepatitis B antigen
Safety in blood transfusion laboratories
Other special risk groups
Maintenance haemodialysis
Entry of the hepatitis virüs into dialysis or transplant units
Spread of infection from patients to staff