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Clinical Use of Hepatitis Nosode

 

Hepatitis

Hepatitis is a medical condition defined by the inflammation of the liver and characterized by the presence of inflammatory cells in the tissue of the organ. The condition can be self-limiting (healing on its own) or can progress to fibrosis (scarring) and cirrhosis.

Hepatitis may occur with limited or no symptoms, but often leads to jaundice, anorexia (poor appetite) and malaise. Hepatitis is acute when it lasts less than six months and chronic when it persists longer. A group of viruses known as the hepatitis viruses cause most cases of hepatitis, but hepatitis can also be caused by toxic substances (notably alcohol, certain medications, some industrial organic solvents and plants), other infections and autoimmune diseases.

Types of hepatitis

There are five main types of hepatitis that are caused by a virus, A, B, C, D, and E.  Types X and G are also seen.

•·         Hepatitis A - is caused by consuming food or water infected with a virus called HAV (Hepatitis A Virus). Anal-oral contact during sex can also be a cause. Nearly everyone who develops Hepatitis A makes a full recovery - it does not lead to chronic disease.

•·         Hepatitis B - It is caused by the virus HBV (Hepatitis B Virus) and is spread by contact with infected blood, semen, and some other body fluids. You get Hepatitis B by:


•o    Unprotected sexual intercourse Using a syringe that was previously used by an infected person

•o    Having your skin perforated with unsterilized needles Sharing personal items, such as a toothbrush or razor, with an infected person.

•o    A baby can become infected through his mother's milk if she is infected.

•o    Being bitten by someone who is infected.

The liver of a person infected with Hepatitis B swells. The patient can suffer serious liver damage due to infection, resulting in cancer. For some patients the hepatitis becomes chronic (very long-term or lifelong). Donated blood is always tested for Hepatitis B.

•·         Hepatitis C - Hepatitis C is usually spread through direct contact with the blood of a person who has the disease. It is caused by the virus HCV (Hepatitis C Virus). The liver can swell and become damaged. In hepatitis C, unlike hepatitis B, liver cancer risk is only increased in people with cirrhosis and only 20% of hepatitis C patients get cirrhosis. Feces is never a route of transmission in hepatitis C. Donated blood is also tested for Hepatitis C.

Misuse of anesthesia can result in the transmission of hepatitis B and hepatitis C viruses,

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•·         Hepatitis D - . It is caused by the virus HDV (Hepatitis D Virus). A person who is already infected with Hepatitis B can become infected with Hepatitis D. Infection is through contact with infected blood, unprotected sex, and perforation of the skin with infected needles. The liver of a person with Hepatitis D swells.

•·         Hepatitis E - a person can become infected by drinking water that contains HEV (Hepatitis E Virus). The liver swells but there is no long-term consequence. Infection is also possible through anal-oral sex.

•·         Hepatitis X - if a hepatitis cannot be attributed to the viruses of hepatitis A, B, C, D, or E, it is called Hepatitis X. In other words, hepatitis of an unknown virus.

•·         Hepatitis G - this is a type of hepatitis caused by the Hepatitis G virus (HGV). Usually there are no symptoms. When there are symptoms they are very mild.

What are the signs and symptoms of hepatitis?

Many people with Hepatitis experience either mild symptoms or none at all. Remember that an infected person's feces are always infectious to other people. When symptoms appear, they usually do so about 15 to 180 days after the person has become infected.

The acute phase of hepatitis - symptoms

The initial phase of hepatitis is called the acute phase. The symptoms are like a mild
flu, and may include:

•·         Diarrhea

•·         Fatigue

•·         Loss of appetite

•·         Mild fever

•·         Muscle or joint aches

•·         Nausea

•·         Slight abdominal pain

•·         Vomiting

•·         Weight loss

The acute phase is not usually dangerous, unless it develops into the fulminant or rapidly progressing form, which can lead to death.

As the patient gets worse, these symptoms may follow:

•·         Circulation problems (only toxic/drug-induced hepatitis)

•·         Dark urine

•·         Dizziness (only toxic/drug-induced hepatitis)

•·         Drowsiness (only toxic/drug-induced hepatitis)

•·         Enlarged spleen (only alcoholic hepatitis)

•·         Headache (only toxic/drug-induced hepatitis)

•·         Hives

•·         Itchy skin

•·         Light colored feces, the feces may contain pus

•·         Yellow skin, whites of eyes, tongue (jaundice)

Patient outcomes after the acute phase depend on various factors, especially the type of hepatitis.

 

Diagnosis-

There are different tests for hepatitis A and B. A positive test is considered abnormal.

A positive test may mean:

  • You currently have a hepatitis infection. This may be a new infection (acute hepatitis), or it may be an infection that you have had for a long time (chronic hepatitis).
  • You had a hepatitis infection in the past, but you no longer have the infection and cannot spread it to others.

Hepatitis A test results:

  • IgM anti-hepatitis A virus (HAV) antibodies -- you have had a recent infection with hepatitis A
  • Total (IgM and IgG) antibodies to hepatitis A -- you have a previous or past infection, or immunity to hepatitis A

Hepatitis B tests:

  • Hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) -- you have an active hepatitis B infection, either recent or chronic
  • Antibody to hepatitis B core antigen (Anti-HBc) -- you have a recent or past hepatitis B infection
  • Antibody to HBsAg (Anti-HBs)
    • You have a past hepatitis B infection
    • You have received the hepatitis B vaccine and are unlikely to become infected
  • Hepatitis B type e antigen (HBeAg)
    • You have a chronic hepatitis B infection
    • You are more likely to spread the infection to others through sexual contact or by sharing needles

Antibodies to hepatitis C can usually be detected 4 - 10 weeks after the infection occurs. Other types of tests may be done to decide on treatment and monitor the hepatitis C infection.

 

How to prevent hepatitis

How to prevent Hepatitis A

•·         Wash your hands with soap after going to the toilet

•·         Only consume food that has just been cooked

•·         Only drink commercially bottled water, or boiled water if you unsure of local sanitation

•·         Only eat fruits that you can peel if you are somewhere where sanitation is unreliable

•·         Only eat raw vegetables if you are sure they have been cleaned/disinfected thoroughly

•·         Get a vaccine for Hepatitis A if you travel to places where hepatitis may be endemic

How to prevent Hepatitis B

•·         Tell the partner if you are a carrier or try to find out whether he/she is a carrier

•·         Practice safe sex

•·         Only use clean syringes that have not been used by anyone else

•·         Do not share toothbrushes, razors, or manicure instruments

•·         Have a Hepatitis B series of shots if you are at risk

•·         Only allow well sterilized skin perforating equipment (tattoo, acupuncture, etc.)

How to prevent Hepatitis C

•·         If you are infected do not let others share your toothbrush, razor, manicure equipment

•·         If you are infected cover open wounds

•·         Do not share needles, toothbrushes, or manicure equipment

•·         If your skin is to be pierced, make sure equipment is well sterilized (tattoo, etc.)

•·         Go easy on the alcohol

•·         Do not share drug equipment

How to prevent Hepatitis D

•·         Use the same guidelines as for Hepatitis B. Only a person who is infected with Hepatitis B can become infected with Hepatitis D.

How to prevent Hepatitis E

•·         Do the same as you would to protect yourself from Hepatitis A infection.

How to prevent Alcoholic Hepatitis

•·         Go easy on the alcohol, or abstain from consuming alcohol

How to prevent Toxic/Drug Induced Hepatitis

•·         Make sure you know about the lethal contents of all chemicals

•·         Make sure the spray is not pointing at you

•·         Make sure you wear protective gear if you have to

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date:

02-May-2012 

Sl. No: 

241

File No.:

39

Patient Name:

Mr   Ramesh Keserwani

Gender:

Male

Age:

49

    

Disease

 

Present Complaints

CT scan report dated-18-4-12-Calcified nodular lesion with fibrotic are seen in the bilateral upper lobes and in the lingula of left lung.
Few subcentimeter level IV cervical lymph nodes are seen bilateral.
Liver is mildly enlarged with a span of 15.5 cm
Spleen is enlarged with a span of 15 cms.
Prostatomegaly.
Multiple subcentimter lymph nodes are seen in the retropertitoneum and in the mesentry.
Bone Marrow biopsy report dated-30-3-12-IMP-Findings are s/o lymphomatous infiltration.
PIVD +? Hepatitis B (HBS Ag+Ve) =? Non-Hodgkins.
HB-dated-27-4-12-8.4gms


Pain in back bone since 7 months. Started with fever. Pain worse from sitting long, stool position, rising from sitting position, night.
Pain extended to knees.
Relief by movement, warmth.

Breathing difficult in walking, moving up and down stairs.
Excessive weakness.

Hypertension.
Increased uric acid.

   

   

Generalities

   

1

Appetite

Normal App.

     

2

Thirst

Normal Thirst

     

3

Stool

Normal Stool

     

4

Urine

Normal

     

5

Sleep

Normal Sleep

     

6

Mind

Increased anger expressive

Mental tension.

    

7

Constitution

Hot

     

Past Complaint

1

 

Vaccination

 

given

  

2

 

Tuberculosis

1

35yrs back

  

   
    

Family

1

 

Father

Dead

Paralysis

  

2

 

Mother

Dead

Cancer

  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Analysis of the case

 

Patient came with the report Hepatitis B  (HBsAg) Positive and with no history of Hepatitis B

Vaccination so Hepatits b Nosode was prescribed.

He was suffering from multiple problems of enlarged liver, spleen, lymphnodes and prostrated

Along with family history of cancer (mother) so carcinocin neck and gland was given.

 

It is claimed the carcinosin acts favorably and modifies all the cases in which either a history of

Carcinoma can be elicited, or symptoms of the disease itself exist. ( J.H.CLARK, M.D.)

First Prescription - dated- 02.05.2012

 

Hepatitis B Nosode 30 c two in half a cup of water were given three times a day along with

Carcinocin neck and gland 30 two drops in half a cup of water three times a day at a difference

Of one hour from hepatitis b nosode.

Rhustox 1 M two doses at fifteen minutes interval were given for back bone pain the first day

and repeated after fifteen days.

 

First Follow- up- dated- 28.05.2012

 

Patient came with reduction in cervical lymph nodes so carcinocin neck and gland and hepatitis B

Nosode were continued as before.

Regarding back pain there was negligible change so Kali Iodatum 200 two dose at an interval of

fifteen minutes were given on first and fifteenth day. Tuberculinum 1m two doses at fifteen

minutes interval were given the earth and twenty fourth day. The reason for giving Tuberculinum

were the past history of tuberculosis non improvement in breathing complaint.

 

Second Blood Report- dated- 04.07.2012-

 

 

HBsAG (ELISA) - Negative

Cut Off Absorbance- 0.155

Absorbance of test- 0.064

 

Second Follow- up- dated- 04.07.2012

 

Patient came with above mentioned report showing hepatitis b negative so hepatitis B nosode was

Continued for a month to remove the chance of re occurance.

Patient had improvement in back pain but mild so syphilinum 1m two doses at fifteen minutes

Interval were given the first day as pain aggravates in night. Followed by Kali Iodatum the

Fifth day and twentyeth day and Tuberculinum 1m fifteenth and twenty fifth day. The  reason

For giving tuberculinum is the past history of tuberculosis. Treatment is being continued.

Date:

26-Feb-2010 

Sl. No: 

2589

File No.:

36

Patient Name:

Mrs   Zarina Begum

Gender:

Female

Age:

35

      

Present Complaints

MRI Report dated-20-12-09-IMP-Status post-cholecystectomy with mild dilatation of CBD and intraheptic biliary radicals.
USG report dated-18-12-09-IMP-Dilated CBD with linear echogenic foci in lumen?
SGPT-467 IU/L
Serum alkaline phosphatase-196 IU/L


Complaint started since three years after gall stone operated.
Pain started from upper abdomen extending to back. Pain increase suddenly.
Cramping pain.2-3 days before loose motion, tearing pain in neck to back, worse breathing.
Crawling sensation in chest relief by pressure.
Nausea and vomiting

   

   

Generalities

   

1

Appetite

Normal App.

     

2

Thirst

Normal Thirst

     

3

Stool

Normal Stool

     

4

Urine

Normal

     

5

Sleep

Normal Sleep

     

6

Mind

Increased anger expressive

irritable, weeps easily

    

7

Constitution

Extreme Hot and Cold patient

     

Past Complaint

1

 

Vaccination

 

yes

  

2

 

gall Stone

 

3

 

operated


   
    
 

 Family History

•1.   Father       alive cancer - Liver.

Analysis of the case-

Patient has increased SGPT with family history of liver cancer so Hepatitis A and B and carcinocin liver is the preferred remedy.

First Prescription- dated- 26.02.2010

Hepatitis A and B nosode 30 two drops three times a day was given along with carcinocine liver two drops in half a cup of water three times a day. The difference between two medicines is of one hour. The reason for giving Hepatitis and B Nosode 30 are as follows-

1. Abnormal increase in SGPT.

2. Family history of Liver cancer

3. Worldwide, Chronic infection with hepatitis causes 80% of all primary liver cancer. As patient father has liver cancer it shows that she is also carrying the carcinocin miasm within her and 80% of the primary liver cancer is caused by chronic hepatitis infection. So the primary cause of increased sgpt is hepatitis infection.

The reason for giving carcinocin liver is that her father is suffering from liver cancer.

It is claimed the carcinosin acts favorably and modifies all the cases in which either a history of  Carcinoma can be elicited, or symptoms of the disease itself exist. ( J.H.CLARK, M.D.)

First Follow- up- dated- 09.03.2010

Patient came with improvement so the same medicines were continued.

Second blood- test- dated- 09.03.2010

Normal SGPT - 37 IU/L AND SGOT- 29 IU/L

Second Follow- up- dated- 23.04.2010

Patient came with above mentioned report so the same medicines were continued for a month to re move the chance of re occurrence.

 

 

Date:

29-Oct-2012 

Sl. No: 

1612

File No.:

39

Patient Name:

Baby   Riya Verma

Gender:

Female

Age:

6

      

Present Complaints

SGPT- 1040 dated 23/10/12

Serum Billirubin- dated- 25/09/2012- 1.1
Jaundice twice suffered in the past two month..
Not gaining wt and body.
Nausea smell of food.

   

   

Generalities

   

1

Appetite

Normal App.

     

2

Craving

salty

     

3

Thirst

Normal Thirst

     

4

Stool

Normal Stool

     

5

Urine

Normal

     

6

Sleep

Normal Sleep

     

7

Constitution

Likes Winters

     

Past Complaint

1

 

Vaccination

 

yes

  

   
    

Family

1

 

G. Mother

Alive

arthritis

 And hypertension.

B.P.high

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Analysis of the case-

 

As the patient suffered from jaundice twice and had high SGPT so Hepatitis A and B nosode is the drug of choice.

First Prescription- dated- 29/10/2012

 

Hepatitis A and B nosode 30 two drops in half a cup of water three times a day was continued

Daily. Sulphur 200 two doses at fifteen minutes interval were given the first day followed by cheledonium 200 two doses at an interval of fifteen minutes the fourth day.

Colchicum 30 one globules in water four times a day.

 

Second Blood Test- dated- 05.11.2012

 

Haemoglobin-  9.7 gms/dl

Bilirubin - 0.51mg/dl

SGPT- 368 IU/L

First Follow- up- dated- 09.11/2012-

 

Hepatitis A and B Nosode 30 was continued three times a day.

Second Follow- up- dated- 26.11.2012

Hepatitis A and B Nosode 30 was continued three times a day.

Third Blood Test- dated- 15.12.2012

SGPT- 35 IU/L

Third Follow up- dated- 16.12.2012

Hepatitis A and B Nosode 30 was continued three times a day for a month.