Monday, July 22, 2013

Liver cirrhosis cases increasing in Rajasthan

Leading gastroenterologists in the state of Rajasthan shared their experience and knowledge on latest technology to treat gastro-related problems among adults and children at conference in Jaipur on Sunday.

The doctors expressed their concern over increasing number of liver cirrhosis among Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C patients. Almost 3% to 4% people in Jaipur are patients of Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C. Out of these 20% to 30% people also get liver cirrhosis.

Young children could experience chronic constipation due to milk rich feeds, junk food, low intake of fluids and improper toilet training. Rota virus and Adino virus are most common cause of acute diarrhea which is a result of water borne infection. In such situation breast feeding and diet should continue along with intake of ORS.

Currently there is no effective treatment for Hepatitis and Cirrhosis in the allopathic medicine and the only effective treatment is through ayurvedic medicine.



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