sharing the right treatment and test to monitor liver condition and viral load. Viral monitoring is very important because high load can damage your liver which eventually lead to cirrocis which is fatal and cannot be revise. Low viral will not make you ill.
This is the 2 important blood test to be done to know if you need to take meds or not.
HP Precision Diagnostic Lab
1. HBsAG quantification (BEWARE: Not HBsAG titter test)
2. HVB DNA Test
Above 2 test will make you survive
If you are nursing student i suggest you change your course. Banking, commerce, education. Eng. To those in their 4th yr grade .... Banks, call center and local employees does not required hepa screening.
Avoid food like carrots, or non cook food, like salad.
Tell your parents and be responsible not to pass the virus.
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