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23 Ago 2019Psychiatric Illness Tied to Mortality in Patients With ESRD

Hospitalizations with psychiatric illnesses are common in children and adults with end-stage renal disease and are...

23 Ago 2019Rating the Raters: Hospital Rating Systems Get Low Grades

Most hospital quality rating systems receive 'Cs' and 'Ds,' except for US News & World Reports' ratings, which achieved...

23 Ago 2019Dr Donald Lindberg, Pioneer in Medical Informatics, Dies at 85

The trailblazer in the application of computer technology to biomedical research and health information, and former...

23 Ago 2019First Likely Vaping Death Reported in US

An Illinois resident who had recently vaped and was hospitalized with severe respiratory illness has died. News Alerts

23 Ago 2019PAs Fight for Right to Follow Patients Into Hospice

Thousands of physician assistants in oncology, primary care, and geriatrics would like to follow their patients into...

23 Ago 2019AHA Advisory Backs Prescription Omega-3s for Triglycerides

Prescription-strength omega-3 fatty acids are an effective and safe option for reducing triglycerides, either alone or...

23 Ago 2019Older Cancer Patients at Higher Risk of C diff Infection

Older hospitalized patients with liquid or metastatic solid tumors were at elevated risk of Clostridiodes difficile...

23 Ago 2019LAA Electrical Isolation Sparks Strokes, But Is Risk Manageable?

Electrical left atrial appendage isolation allows a small subset of atrial fibrillation patients to discontinue oral...

23 Ago 2019Close Relatives of Celiac Disease Patients at Higher Risk

First-degree relatives of patients with celiac disease, even those without symptoms, were at elevated risk, suggesting...

23 Ago 2019Prehabilitation Before Cancer Treatment May Be Unrealistic

A new guidance document with an 11-point action plan to get cancer patients fit before starting treatment faces many...

23 Ago 2019Pediatric Death Higher in EDs With Lower Pediatric Readiness

Critically ill children who present to emergency departments with lower pediatric readiness have a greater risk for...

23 Ago 2019Olanzapine After Psychotic Depression Remission Cuts Relapses

Although patients in remission from psychotic depression can benefit from continuation of an antipsychotic, they may...

25 Ago 2019Bismuth Curbs Antibiotic Use for Diarrhea in Pakistan

Encouraging bismuth subsalicylate (BSS) use as a first-line treatment for acute diarrhea and promoting its use for...

25 Ago 2019Migrants Traveling Through Mexico to the U.S. Face High Violence Risk

Nearly one third of migrants traveling through Mexico to the U.S. experience physical, psychological and/or sexual...

25 Ago 2019Hospitals Treat Patients Without Admitting Them, to Avoid Penalties

Hospitals appear to be treating Medicare patients in emergency departments (EDs) and observation areas to avoid...

24 Ago 2019India Proposes Ban on E-Cigarettes, With Jail Terms for Offenders - Govt Documents

India's health ministry has proposed a ban on the production and import of electronic cigarettes, documents seen by...

22 Ago 2019Flu Vaccine Recommendations Updated by CDC

New ACIP recommendations include an expanded age indication for one vaccine and a changed dose volume for another...

24 Ago 2019U.S. Medicare Readies New Plan-Shopping Website, but Timing Prompts Concerns

Medicare experts often advise enrollees to re-shop their plan coverage during the annual fall open enrollment period....

24 Ago 2019Aspirin, Mortality Link in Breast Cancer May Depend on Methylation of Breast-Cancer Genes

Prior to diagnosis, breast cancer-related genes appear to interact with aspirin in certain women and could influence...

24 Ago 2019Use of Prophylactic Cranial Irradiation for Extensive-Stage Small-Cell Lung Cancer May Be Dropping

Prophylactic cranial irradiation (PCI) for patients with extensive-stage small-cell lung cancer (ES-SCLC) appears to...

A SUA OPINIÃO

Relativamente à hepatite C, qual a afirmação que lhe parece mais correta:

Indique a sua idade:
1.É uma doença crónica, o tratamento é difícil e a cura é rara.
2.É muito contagiosa e as relações sexuais desprotegidas são o principal fator de risco.
3.É uma doença que tem um tratamento fácil (com comprimidos), rápido (8 a 12 semanas) e muito eficaz.
4.É uma doença que só se desenvolve nos toxicodependentes (consumidores de drogas ilícitas).

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