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Prevention of Hepatitis A

Prevention of Hepatitis A:

Methods of prevention of Hepatitis A mentioned in various sources includes those listed below. This prevention information is gathered from various sources, and may be inaccurate or incomplete. None of these methods guarantee prevention of Hepatitis A.

Medications used to prevent Hepatitis A:

Some of the different medications in the possible prevention of Hepatitis A include:

  • Hepatitis A inactivated and Hepatitis B (recombinant) Vaccine
  • Twinrix
  • Hepatitis A Vaccine
  • Havrix
  • VAQTA
  • Avaxim
  • Avaxim-Pediatric
  • Epaxal Bema
  • Immune Globulin (intramuscular)
  • BayGam

Note:You must always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans.

Clinical Trials for Hepatitis A

Some of the clinical trials for Hepatitis A include:

Latest Treatments for Hepatitis A

Some of the more recent treatments for Hepatitis A include:

Treatments for Hepatitis A

Treatments to consider for Hepatitis A may include:

Prevention of Hepatitis A:

Viral Hepatitis A to E and Beyond: NIDDK (Excerpt)

The hepatitis A vaccine; also, avoiding tap water when traveling internationally and practicing good hygiene and sanitation. (Source: excerpt from Viral Hepatitis A to E and Beyond: NIDDK)

Facts About Hepatitis A and C: CDC-OC (Excerpt)

Hepatitis A vaccine is highly effective in preventing the disease. (Source: excerpt from Facts About Hepatitis A and C: CDC-OC)

Vaccinations for Hepatitis A & B: NIDDK (Excerpt)

Immune globulin is more than 85 percent effective in preventing hepatitis A virus infection when given within 2 weeks of exposure to the hepatitis A virus. The dose is 0.02 mL/kg injected into the gluteal muscle in adults or the anterolateral thigh muscle in children under 2 years. Concurrent hepatitis A vaccination may also be appropriate in people 2 years and older. (Source: excerpt from Vaccinations for Hepatitis A & B: NIDDK)

Prevention Claims: Hepatitis A

Information on prevention of Hepatitis A comes from many sources. There are some sources that claim preventive benefits for many different diseases for various products. We may present such information in the hope that it may be useful, however, in some cases claims of Hepatitis A prevention may be dubious, invalid, or not recognized in mainstream medicine. Please discuss any treatment, discontinuation of treatment, or change of treatment plans with your doctor or professional medical specialist.

 

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