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Electronic control of hepatitis B – a safer chemotherapy control system

Electronic control of hepatitis B – a safer chemotherapy control system

A 0% of acute exacerbation of hepatitis B during chemotherapy was achieved via the electronic control system.

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Overview
The electronic control system prompts the healthcare givers to screen hepatitis B for cancer patients and prescribe nucleoside/nucleotide for hepatitis B patients during chemotherapy.
Features
More than 5,600 cancer patients are screened a year in Kaohsiung Veterans General Hospital. The hepatitis B relevance rate is about 15%. Nucleoside/nucleotide is prescribed in up to 99% patients. The rate of acute exacerbation of hepatitis B is 0%.
Notification
The rate of screening andnucleoside/nucleotide prophylaxis rate depends on the self-discipline of the healthcare givers.
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