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Why and How? Hepatitis C Infection Become a Common Issue Among Hemodialysis Patients in a Hemodialysis Center Jakarta, Indonesia and A Comparison of Survival Percentage of Those Hemodialysis Patients with Hepatitis Infection Between Two Hemodialysis Centers in Jakarta, Indonesia and Penang, Malaysia

Diana Laila Ramatillah

Hepatitis C is an irresistible malady brought about by the hepatitis C infection (HCV) that principally influences the liver;[2] it is a sort of viral hepatitis.[7] During the underlying contamination individuals regularly have mellow or no symptoms.[1] Occasionally a fever, dull pee, stomach agony, and yellow touched skin occurs.[1] The infection endures in the liver in about 75% to 85% of those at first infected.[1] Early on interminable contamination normally has no symptoms.[1] Over numerous years in any case, it frequently prompts liver illness and periodically cirrhosis.[1] now and again, those with cirrhosis will create genuine entanglements, for example, liver disappointment, liver malignant growth, or enlarged veins in the throat and stomach.[2]