You will need
  • - "Chloramine";
  • water;
  • soap;
  • - washing powder;
  • - a container for boiling Laundry.
Hepatitis a is often called the "disease of dirty hands". Sources of infection – poorly washed vegetables and fruits, dishes, children's toys, and not the last heat treatment of foods (hepatitis E virus is transmitted similarly). Susceptibility to the virus causing this disease is very large.
Best way to prevent hepatitis A is to observe good personal hygiene, i.e. not to forget about "scented soap and the fluffy towel". Be sure to boil tap water. If someone from household got infected by this viral infection, treat his stuff and utensils "Chloramine" and also minimize contact with him.
Before and after preparing food be sure to wash your hands. For slicing raw products and those that do not require heat treatment, use different cutting boards. Be careful in the kitchen cupboard and the refrigerator raw food is not in contact with prepared dishes.
The hepatitis b virus is transmitted through blood and sexually. Because of this, medical and cosmetology centers for lesions of the skin and mucous membranes should be used are disposable and are well-sterilized instruments.
To be infected with the hepatitis C virus can be in the performance of tattoos and piercing, during surgical operations and blood transfusions, as well as when shared manicure sets, shaving equipment and toothbrushes. Also the transmission of HCV is sexually transmitted and from mother to child.
To avoid infection with hepatitis C virus do not use common household items. Also carefully wash the clothes of an infected family member (half-hour shestidesyatigradusnuyu washing will inactivate the virus, the same effect is achieved by the two-minute boiling).
Hepatitis D can only hurt those who already have hepatitis b (the disease leads to the complete destruction of the liver). To diagnose hepatitis D, E, F, G, Ti-Ti and Sen is very difficult: this would require special medical equipment.