How is second liver transmitted? We should be alert to the four major routes of transmission and do well in the prevention of infection

Blood transmission is the most common way of transmission of hepatitis B infection, generally may appear in the case of conventional blood transfusion infection, but with the progress of science and technology, for this common way of transmission of hepatitis B, has had a good control, although it can not be completely prevented, but the number of people suffering from hepatitis B through blood transmission is decreasing. < / P > < p > there may be many people who have not heard of iatrogenic transmission, which is mainly caused by infection in hospital. There are all kinds of patients in the hospital. Naturally, patients with infectious diseases are normal. They may come into contact with the instruments that some infectious patients have come into contact with during the treatment or treatment in the hospital, or they may be infected due to the open wound during the injection. < / P > < p > mother to child transmission means that when the mother is pregnant, the hepatitis B virus is transmitted to the fetus. This transmission is easy to occur in the process of delivery. During delivery, the body fluid of pregnant women contacts with the baby. Some cases of cesarean section may also be transmitted to the fetus through blood. In addition, there are a few cases of intrauterine infection during pregnancy, so mother to child transmission is basically the transmission channel of most infectious diseases. The sexual transmission of hepatitis B is an important way of hepatitis B infection. This kind of transmission usually occurs between husband and wife and partner, but because this mode of transmission may be hindered by the immune system, there is also the possibility of hepatitis B virus being eliminated. < / P > < p > If a typical hepatitis B patient is found, it is necessary to isolate the patient in time, and check the infectious index of the patient. If there is obvious positive, it is necessary to isolate the patient. < / P > < p > every infectious disease needs several fixed transmission routes. As long as the transmission routes are controlled, the infectious disease can be effectively prevented. For hepatitis B, the main need to prevent is blood transmission and iatrogenic transmission. This is because most of the hepatitis B is in the blood contact and some special treatment process. Therefore, we need to be more cautious about these ways. < / P > < p > if the hepatitis B population is infected by the virus, it is likely to lead to a large area of transmission, so we need to control the susceptible population in time. For people with weak physical resistance, or people with weak virus resistance, we need to take preventive measures in advance. < / P > < p > hepatitis B is usually not so easy to spread, so we don’t need to, hepatitis B is very terrible, for hepatitis B patients can communicate normally, as long as not too close contact, will not cause hepatitis B infection, therefore, there is no need to treat hepatitis B patients differently, but we must pay attention to good health, and the use of personal goods, This can effectively reduce the probability of being infected. PARRENT&CHILDREN