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What is inactive hepatitis?

What is inactive hepatitis?

Inactive hepatitis B virus (HBV) carrier state is defined according to European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) by chronic HBV infection evolves at least for 6 months, associated with normal ALT (Alanine aminotransferase), undetectable or very low serum HBV DNA levels below 2000 IU/ml, HBeAg negative.

Is Inactive Hep B carrier infectious?

When correctly defined, inactive carrier state carries a very good prognosis in the spectrum of chronic hepatitis B infection, with low rates of reactivation, hepatocellular carcinoma and progression of disease to cirrhosis.

Can inactive hepatitis B be cured?

Hepatitis B can’t be cured, but it almost always goes away on its own. There are medications that can help treat long-lasting hepatitis B infections.

How do I know if my hepatitis B is active?

Hepatitis B signs and symptoms may include:

  1. Abdominal pain.
  2. Dark urine.
  3. Fever.
  4. Joint pain.
  5. Loss of appetite.
  6. Nausea and vomiting.
  7. Weakness and fatigue.
  8. Yellowing of your skin and the whites of your eyes (jaundice)

Does hepatitis disappear?

For about 25% of people who get hep C, the virus goes away on its own without treatment. In other cases, it sticks around for years. When that happens, your liver might get damaged. Remember, it’s possible to spread all the types of hepatitis even if you don’t show any signs of being sick.

How long can a hepatitis B carrier live?

The estimated carrier life expectancy is 71.8 years, as compared to 76.2 years among noncarriers (Figure ​ 5). These results are consistent with other estimates, which indicate that 15% to 40% of HBV carriers die of liver complications.

Can hepatitis be cured completely?

All types of hepatitis are treatable but only A and C are curable. Most people with hepatitis A or hepatitis B infection will recover on their own, with no lasting liver damage. In rare cases, people with hepatitis B will develop chronic liver disease, including cirrhosis, liver failure, or liver cancer.

Why is RAID group 1 in read only mode?

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What do I need to know about RAID 1?

Otherwise known as “disk mirroring,” RAID 1 is all about backing up data (also known as redundancy). If you have at least two drives, using RAID 1 will duplicate your data and store a copy on each drive.

What are the different types of RAID drives?

Basically, RAID lets you take several hard drives and group them as one unit. This can help you store backups of your data in case a drive fails, or improve the speed and efficiency of your drives, or both. There are many types of RAID configurations, but the most commonly used are RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, and RAID 10.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of RAID 10?

RAID level 10 – combining RAID 1 & RAID 0. It is possible to combine the advantages (and disadvantages) of RAID 0 and RAID 1 in one single system. This is a nested or hybrid RAID configuration. It provides security by mirroring all data on secondary drives while using striping across each set of drives to speed up data transfers.