GUIA NACIONAL DE TRATAMIENTO PARA PACIENTES CON HEPATITIS C EN VENEZUELA 2016

Cristobal Betancourt, César Louis, Irma Machado, Amador Guzmán, Lucy Dagher, María Gabriela Delgado, Saturnino Fernández, Roberto León, Maribel Lizarzábal, Elia Sánchez, Marisol Balabú, Juan Caamaño, Indira Calzadilla, Ramón Castillo, Anna Demmasa, Nancy Escalante, María Del Pilar Fortes, Miguel Grassini, Ana María Isern, María Manzanilla, Edmundo Martínez, Lisbeth Mendoza, Edgardo Mengual, Magda Ortiz, Rosela Páez, Beatriz Pernalete, Oswaldo Quijada, Gisela Romero, María Elena Ruiz, Merita Senior, Elsy Silva, Harrys Torres, Martha Vetencourt, Roxana Zambrano

Resumen


Dentro del marco científico de la Sociedad Venezolana de Gastroenterología (SVG) (Sección de Hepatología y Sección de Educación Médica), y en nuestro constante interés por mantener la actualización en temas de renovado tratamiento, decidimos emprender la tarea de elaborar la Guía nacional de tratamiento para pacientes con hepatitis C (GNTHC) para que los Médicos y expertos de diferentes especialidades involucrados en el diagnóstico, tratamiento y seguimiento de pacientes infectados con el virus de Hepatitis C, incluyendo a Médicos Generales, Internistas, Pediatras, Gastroenterólogos, Hepatólogos, Hematólogos, Oncólogos, Infectólogos, Psiquiatras y profesionales de los Servicios de Bancos de Sangre y Trasplantes de Órganos, Personal de Enfermería, tuviesen una herramienta confiable para el adecuado manejo de sus pacientes, dado que el abordaje integral de esta patología es clave para el éxito de la terapia   

En los últimos años ha resurgido el interés por esta patología, debido al auge en la investigación con nuevos medicamentos que permiten acortar las terapias anteriores y proporcionan un porcentaje mayor de respuesta al tratamiento.

 

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