Explanation Of The Results Of HBRE Reactive, Anti HBE Nonreactive?
sorry I want to ask yesterday I checked the blood again but the results are great reactive and HB reactive what do you mean, please reply. r nThank you very much
Hepatitis is an infection of the liver caused by a virus. Some types of hepatitis include:
Hepatitis A, spread through oral-splice that is through contaminated food or drinks
Hepatitis B and C are often found as a result of the initiation through bodily fluids can be in the form of contaminated blood transfusion, sexual intercourse that changes partner, the use of shared fragrance etc.
Hepatitis D, a disease that usually arises in patients who have experienced hepatitis B
To establish a diagnosis of hepatitis B, the doctor will conduct several examinations and additional examinations in the form of serological tests. Hepatitis B serological tests include HBsAg, antiHbs, antiHbc, antiHbc IgM, HBeAg, AntiHbe, and HBV DNA. HBeAg examination shows the condition of whether the virus is infectious / high-potential infectious while anti-HBe indicates acute or chronic conditions. Based on the laboratory results that you submit, sufferers in a potentially high infectious / infectious period.
We strongly recommend that you consult your internal medicine doctor to ensure your current condition so you can get the right treatment.
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