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Topic "Hepatitis" in Arabic - total 32 documents

Title: 12 questions to ask your doctor (hepatitis B)
Summary: Don’t feel you are alone. One in twelve people world wide are living with hepatitis B or hepatitis C. The 12 questions below are designed to help you get the information you need from your GP.

Title: About liver cancer
Summary: This video explains: 1. What is liver cancer? 2. How common is liver cancer in Australia? 3. What causes liver cancer? 4. I have just been diagnosed with liver cancer, what should I do? 5. What are the different types of liver cancer? 6. What are the symptoms of liver cancer? 7. What happens if someone has liver cancer? 8. Can my cancer be passed onto my family?

Title: Appendix - prevalence of hepatitis C in the world
Summary: The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that about 170 million people (around 3% of the world’s population) are infected with HCV. Africa has the highest prevalence of HCV infection (5.9%).

Title: Are you living with Hepatitis B? (NSW)
Summary: Hepatitis B is a viral infection that causes liver inflammation. It is transmitted through contaminated blood and other body liquids. Hepatitis B can be prevented by immunisation. This fact sheet includes information on symptoms, how the disease is spread, who is at risk, and how it is prevented.

Title: Australian visa applicants and hepatitis
Summary: People living with hepatitis B or C may not have their visa approved because they have not met health standards set by the Australian government. While it is entirely possible for these individuals and their partners to be successfully granted a visa, the process can sometimes be challenging. Hepatitis Victoria has produced an easy to understand introductory resource to support those affected in understanding how hepatitis B affects their visa application and some processes along the way.

Title: Be free from hep C
Summary: Information about new treatments for hepatitis C

Title: Diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, hepatitis B, polio and Hib vaccine for infants
Summary: The National Immunisation Program provides free diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, hepatitis B, polio and Hib vaccine to infants at two, four and six months of age. This document provides a pre-immunisation checklist and information about side effects. Includes diphtheria, tetanus and whooping cough (pertussis) vaccine consent form

Title: FibroScan information for patients
Summary: A FibroScan is a simple test to find out how much liver scarring you have. This factsheet lists the benefits, risks, what to expect during the scan, how to prepare and when you get the result.

Title: Glossary of terms - hepatitis
Summary: Glossary of hepatitis factsheets in various languages.

Title: Hep B 1, 2, 3 Teach, Test, Take Control poster
Summary: The Hep B 1, 2, 3 Teach, Test, Take Control poster is aimed at encouraging people to become aware of hepatitis B and talk to their GP about hepatitis B, testing, vaccination and treatment.

Title: Hepatitis A (NSW)
Summary: Information about hepatitis A, including how it's transmitted, prevention and treatment.

Title: Hepatitis A by the Department of Health Victoria
Summary: Information about symptoms, transmission, prevention, immunisation and treatment.

Title: Hepatitis B - it is family business
Summary: Hepatitis B is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis B virus. It can lead to liver damage and liver cancer. Many people who have the virus don’t know that they are infected. The most common way hepatitis B is passed on in many countries is from mother to baby at birth.

Title: Hepatitis B and liver cancer
Summary: This fact sheet provides information about the hepatitis B virus and its link with liver cancer.

Title: Hepatitis B LiverWELL guide
Summary: This brochure contains information about hepatitis B including; why your liver is important, hepatitis B treatments and testing, what is hepatitis B, how you get hepatitis B, where to find support, vaccinations and prevention of hepatis B

Title: Hepatitis B: inflammation of the liver
Summary: Hepatitis means 'inflammation of the liver'. Hepatitis B (also referred to as hep B) is caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV) and is a viral infection that can lead to serious illness or death.

Title: Hepatitis C - health system
Summary: This fact sheet explains the different roles of health care professionals in Hepatitis C treatment and whether having hepatitis C affects someone's immigration status

Title: Hepatitis C - what you need to know
Summary: The word 'hepatitis' means inflammation of the liver. This inflammation can be caused by chemicals, drugs, drinking too much alcohol, or viruses. Hepatitis C (HCV), or "hep C", is caused by the hepatitis C virus.

Title: Hepatitis C and HIV co-infection infosheet
Summary: When you get tested for or diagnosed with either HIV or hepatitis C it is important to check with your healthcare provider that you have been tested for both. Hepatitis C and HIV share similar routes of transmission so if you are at risk for one you are at risk for the other. It is not possible to know if you have HIV or hepatitis C unless you have a blood test.

Title: Hepatitis C education presentations (bilingual versions)
Summary: These education slides have been designed to support hepatitis C education in CALD communities. They are free for your use. You can also add slides to advertise your service or community. However you cannot amend or edit Hepatitis Australia slides.

Title: Hepatitis C newly diagnosed
Summary: Information about Hepatitis C for people who have been newly-diagnosed

Title: Hepatitis C treatments and living well
Summary: New treatments are available to treat hepatitis C. They are effective, easy to take and have few side effects. This fact sheet provides information about new treatment and their benefits.

Title: Infant hepatitis B immunisation information
Summary: Information about the hepatitis B vaccine given to newborn babies. Includes information about the disease, why babies should have the vaccine, and information about possible side effects. It is important to start the hepatitis B immunisation as soon as possible after birth.

Title: Living well with hepatitis B (video)
Summary: There are 4 stories in each video, and each story touches upon topics commonly associated with hepatitis B including transmission, prevention, pregnancy, new intimate relationships and liver cancer. It’s a great resource for clients who may have recently been diagnosed with hepatitis B or as a tool to improve health literacy.

Title: Making hepatitis B history
Summary: A short educational animation about Hepatits B to promote awareness about Hepatitis B testing, treatment and monitoring.

Title: Save lives - have a liver test (video)
Summary: This video explains all the reasons why you should test your liver and find out whether you have Hepatitis B or Hepatitis C. It also shows various ways on how Hepatitis can be contracted and what you can do if you test prositive.

Title: Sexual health and viral hepatitis brochures
Summary: A community brochure designed for migrants and refugees on HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and sexually transmissible infections

Title: Supporting and understanding
Summary: What support may a person going through Hepatitis C treatment may require? Information about what family, friends and support groups can do.

Title: Testing and treating hepatitis C: Information for patients
Summary: GPs can now safely manage and treat most patients with hep c.

Title: The hepatitis B story
Summary: Hepatitis B information in plain language. Colourful engaging graphics. Tested with consumers, health professionals and evaluated.

Title: The hepatitis B story - video
Summary: Plain language information on hepatitis B. Video with narration in 5 langauges. Focus tested.

Title: Your rights and responsibilities
Summary: This brief fact sheet provides an overview of peoples' rights and responsibilities when living with hepatitis B or hepatitis C.

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