MANAGEMENT OF COMBINED ANTIVIRAL THERAPY IN PRISONERS WITH HCV INFECTIOUS DISEASE
The aim of our study is to assess efficacy of antiviral therapy and manage side effects in patients with HCV. In study group with I genotype RVR- rapid viral response was negative in 100%; EVR- rapid response was negative in 99%; EOT- final response to treatment –was negative in 94%; SVR- permanent viral response was negative in 91%; In patients with II genotype-RVR-rapid viral response was negative in 100%; EVR- early viral response was negative in 99%; EOT- final response to treatment was negative in 96%; SVR-permanent viral response was negative in 91%; In patients with III genotype: RVR-rapid viral response was negative in 100%; EVR- early viral response was negative in 94%; EOT- final response to treatment was negative in 94%; SVR-permanent viral response was negative in 93%; According to our observation the final results of antiviral therapy, side effects and their management in study group do not differ from the same in another population. Although the psychological environment is specific for study group the project is going on successfully and the obtained results prove that this project has to be continued.
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