Hepcinat is the drug that inhibits the replication of hepatitis C
Hepatitis C virus can hide for a long time but the patient should start treatment immediately as soon as the virus was detected. Several years ago, the likelihood of cure Hepatitis C was not more than 40%. With the latest medical development, the newest drug Sovaldi increased the chances to win the disease to 80%.
You should not waste your time as long-term observation is useful only in science! The real cost of hepatitis C treatment will depend from the stage of the disease. The causative agent of viral hepatitis is an infectious agent. Diagnosis of the disease is carried out by PCR in real time. Method with a DNA / RNA is used depending on the etiology of the disease.
Anthroponotic infectious disease has six major genotypes: 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 3, 4, 5 and 6. The most common is 1b virus. It is extremely important to identify the type of the virus, as from this depends the duration and nature of the treatment.
Hepcinat is the drug that inhibits the replication of hepatitis C. The virus is a living matter which needs to multiply by using the host cells. If you stop the process at the DNA level, there is a chance to defeat the virus completely.
Appearance of Sovaldi on the pharmaceutical market has become a landmark event. Despite the fact that the drug received its registration certificate from the European Medicines Agency only at the beginning of 2014, its use in hospitals confirmed the efficacy and the absence of massive side effects. Reviews confirm this fact.
How quickly does the drug give virologic response?
This depends on the initial condition of the patient, his/her medical history, genotype of the virus and selected treatment scheme. The patient is considered as cured if HCV RNA is not detected and ALT is within the acceptable range.
Despite the positive clinical trials, it is not recommended to use the drug for monotherapy except the cases of intolerance to interferon and as maintenance therapy. You must choose a doctor who will be able to conduct a competent diagnosis and make the treatment regimen. You should receive a detailed consultation before starting the treatment. Please inform your doctor about taking any medicines, including vitamins, herbs and herbal infusions, especially those containing St. John's wort. The drug is strictly prohibited when breast feeding or during pregnancy.