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Acute Hepatitis Chronic Hepatitis Liver Disease


What is the difference between acute hepatitis and chronic hepatitis?

Hepatitis is a collective term for liver inflammation. Hepatitis can be divided into acute hepatitis and chronic hepatitis according to the duration of the disease. Although they are all hepatitis, there are differences between acute hepatitis and chronic hepatitis in various aspects. Today, analyze the differences between acute hepatitis and chronic hepatitis, and the precautions for hepatitis.

What is the difference between acute hepatitis and chronic hepatitis?

1. Clinical symptoms

Many symptoms of hepatitis, such as fatigue, anorexia, nausea, and bloating, are more pronounced in patients with acute hepatitis, and less obvious in patients with chronic hepatitis, and some patients are effective without these symptoms. However, patients with chronic hepatitis may have symptoms such as spider moles and bleeding gums.

2. Biochemical inspection

Because the degree of liver damage is different, the degree of influence on various functions of the human body is also different, so acute and chronic hepatitis also focus on the performance of various laboratory indicators.
For example, the elevation of ALT in patients with acute hepatitis is obvious, while the elevation of ALT in some patients with chronic hepatitis is not very obvious, and some are even within the normal range, such as the serum white / globulin ratio (A / G) and protein electrophoresis in patients with chronic hepatitis Such indicators can be abnormal, but few patients with acute hepatitis have this indicator.

3. In terms of duration

Generally speaking, as long as patients with acute hepatitis get timely diagnosis and correct treatment, liver function can return to normal within 1 to 2 months, and then can be cured after 2 months of active rest, which can last for several years or even more, lifelong.


Acute and Chronic Hepatitis liver conditions


How can I care for hepatitis?

1. Develop good eating habits: As the saying goes, the disease is divided into three points and seven points, so patients with liver disease should develop good eating habits, reasonably arrange a meal for three meals, and pay attention to a balanced intake of various nutrients such as vitamins, fats, and proteins. , Eat more fresh vegetables and fruits, avoid spicy food.

2. Ensuring adequate sleep: Patients with liver disease are often accompanied by symptoms such as insomnia and poor sleep quality. Patients should pay attention to adjusting their daily work and rest time to ensure adequate rest, which can reduce the burden on the liver and prevent patients from recurring, very good.

3. Reasonable exercise, reasonable exercise can enhance the physique of patients with liver disease, improve the immunity of patients, avoid the occurrence of other diseases, and prevent the patient's condition from deteriorating.

However, patients with liver disease should exercise moderately and avoid strenuous exercise, which will increase the burden on the liver. Patients can exercise by walking, jogging, swimming and playing Tai Chi.

Hepatitis C is very contagious, and many people are infected unknowingly. For example, people who like tattoos will be infected with hepatitis C virus when they go to some stores with substandard hygiene conditions. Some people will be infected with hepatitis C if they go to a non-standard small clinic or dental clinic for infusion or tooth extraction.
Hepatitis virus, or even a haircut or shave at a barber shop, can cause hepatitis C virus.

Conditions under Hepatitis


How to care for hepatitis C in daily life?

Daily care

1. Take your medication as prescribed by your doctor and regularly review your liver function and B-ultrasound.
2. Women of childbearing age pay attention to contraception during the active phase of the disease.
3. Maintain a good mood, ban alcohol and take appropriate rest.
4. Patients and their families should take appropriate isolation measures at home.
5. Do not do heavy physical work and strenuous exercise within one year.


What should be the Diet Conditioning under hepatitis?

1. Patients in the acute phase should eat light, vitamin-rich foods with 1 to 1.5 g of protein per kilogram to ensure sufficient calories.
2. Chronic hepatitis patients appropriately increase protein intake, 1.5 to 2 g per kilogram per day. Protein is mainly high-quality protein such as fish, eggs, dairy products, soybeans and products.
3. Eat less fatty and fatty foods.
4. It is not advisable to eat a full meal to avoid burdening the liver.


Hepatitis C is very harmful to your health, so you must actively prevent yourself from getting hepatitis C. It is important to treat later, but nursing in daily life is also important. It can play an adjuvant treatment effect, so that patients with hepatitis C can recover health faster and better.

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