Very Important Information for Hepatitis C patients in Iaşa district has announced yesterday in the TVR Iasi live broadcast, entitled "Iasi knows about hepatitis C".
Dr. Carmen Dorobat, Chief Hospital of Iasi for Infectious Diseases, Dr. Catalin Sfarti, Head of Works, Primary Gastroenterologist at the Institute for Gastroenterology and Hepatology Iasi, as well as Dr. Maria Ioniţă, a family physician. Also, prof. Dr. Sc. Anca Trifan, head of gastroenterology at the Iasi County Hospital, is interviewed in an interview.
Dr. Catalin Sfarti: "Interferon-free research and therapy is completely free for a secured patient. Increasing addressability over the past months, in the background of an existing media campaign and the fact that it has already heard that this free treatment can cure more than 95 percent of infected patients, at least doctors have more patients with hepatitis C. In hospitals, a significant increase has been recorded over the last few months.In general, after treatment, the virus will not be repeated. It is essential that patients, especially those with cirrhosis, are not lost in the research because sometimes complications of the illness occur even when virus C is cured, but the patient is very ill. "
Prof. Dr. Carmen Dorobăţ: "Indeed, hepatitis C is transmitted by blood but is no longer transmitted by blood transfusions, with the attention paid to piercing and tattoo maneuvering, not just manicure – pedicure and intravenous drug use. At least younger generations should have an exclamation when it comes to such maneuvers !
Dr. Maria Ioniţă: "People are beginning to learn about hepatitis C due to an increase in prevalence, with such patients attracting the attention of the whole population, but we especially take into account the risk categories for this condition Many patients who suffer from this disease are not insured, and then they do not benefit from these treatments. "
Prof. Dr. Anca Trifan: "The Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, after cardiology at St. Spiridon Hospital, has the highest mortality rate, exceptionally high, 4-5 percent of every quarter, and most of it causes cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma caused by hepatitis C. At this time, Romania is likely to be treated most patients in Europe, has the most common protocol, we can treat any patient with all phases of hepatitis C. "