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HepBSurface antigen,HBsAg
Hello, My friend has tested Hepatitis B Surface Antigen, HBsAg, Quantitative @ (CMIA). And the result came is 26920.11 lU/mL. What does this means. How serious condition is he in? What should be done now? He is been advised to take Ursocol 300mg and complete bed rest with Glucose. Please suggest what can be done. Thanks
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Dr. R. Kamalakannan
Gastroenterologist 18 yrs exp Chennai
Information given here is not enough. HBsAg quantification may indicate active viral infection. It indicates further investigations needed to decide about Anti viral treatment. Consult a nearby hepatologist.
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