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Material Safety Data Sheet for Hepatitis B Nosode 30C

Homeopathic Medicne Hepatitis B Nosode 30c - Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET - HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE

SECTION I - INFECTIOUS AGENT [ As it is homeopathic medicne . So No Material quantity of Virus is present So it is non Infectious safe and side effect free

NAME: Hepatitis B virus
SYNONYM OR CROSS REFERENCE: Serum hepatitis, type B hepatitis, homologous serum jaundice, Australia antigen hepatitis, HBV, viral hepatitis B, HB

CHARACTERISTICS: Partially double-stranded DNA, 42-47 nm diameter, enveloped, Hepadnaviridae; lipoprotein coat contains the HBsAg

SECTION II - HEALTH HAZARD

PATHOGENICITY: Two major forms: asymptomatic infection and symptomatic hepatitis; onset is insidious with anorexia, vague abdominal discomfort, nausea and vomiting, sometimes arthralgias and rash, often progressing to jaundice; fever may be absent or mild; severity ranges from inapparent cases to fatal acute hepatic necrosis, or becomes chronically infected; low short term case fatality rate in hospitalized patients; long term case fatality rate is 2-3% due to cancer or cirrhosis of the liver; 95% of adult infections are self limited

EPIDEMIOLOGY: Worldwide; endemic with little seasonal variation; commonly in young adults in North America and in infancy or childhood in Africa and Asia; antigen carrier rate in North America is under 1% for the general population and 10-15% in Asia; common in high risk groups - drug abusers, persons in the health care field exposed to blood or serous fluids, sexually promiscuous individuals

HOST RANGE: Humans (chimpanzees are susceptible)

INFECTIOUS DOSE: Not known, however, 1 mL of infected blood may contain from 102-109 HBV particles

MODE OF TRANSMISSION: Percutaneous or permucosal exposure to infectious body fluids (blood, blood products, cerebral spinal fluid, serum-derived fluids, saliva, semen, vaginal fluids, unfixed tissues and organs), indirect contact with contaminated items in the laboratory; commonly spread by contaminated needles, syringes and other IV equipment; contamination of wounds or lacerations; exposure of mucous membranes; sexual contact, household contact, perinatal transmission from mother to infant, nosocomial exposure

INCUBATION PERIOD: Usually 24-180 days; average 60-90 days; HBsAg can appear in 2 weeks or rarely, 6-9 months, depending on dose, mode of transmission and host factors

COMMUNICABILITY: Blood can be infective weeks before onset of symptoms; remains infective through clinical and chronic carrier states; infectivity of chronically infected individuals varies from highly infectious to sparingly infectious; sera of infected individuals may contain as many as 1010 infectious virons per mL

SECTION III - DISSEMINATION

RESERVOIR: Humans, chimpanzees are susceptible, but an animal reservoir in nature has not been recognized
ZOONOSIS: None
VECTORS: None

SECTION IV - VIABILITY

DRUG SUSCEPTIBILITY: No specific antivirals

SUSCEPTIBILITY TO DISINFECTANTS: Susceptible to many disinfectants; 1% sodium hypochlorite, 70% ethanol, 2% alkalinized glutaraldehyde, formaldehyde

PHYSICAL INACTIVATION: Stable at 37°C for 60 minutes and 56° C for 30 minutes but not at temperatures above 60°C; stable at pH 2.4 for up to 6 hours (some infectivity is lost); HBsAg not destroyed by UV of blood products; stable for years at -70° C

SURVIVAL OUTSIDE HOST: Survives in dried blood for long periods (weeks), stable on environmental surfaces for a least 7 days at 25° C

SECTION V - MEDICAL

SURVEILLANCE: Testing of blood samples for the presence of HBsAg, EIA, RIA, PCR

FIRST AID/TREATMENT: Alpha interferon licensed for treatment of chronic infection. About 30% effective in elimination of "e" antigenemia; Lavivudine (reverse transcriptase inhibitor) is being investigated for chronic infections

IMMUNIZATION: Inactivated vaccine is available and recommended for those of increased risk such as laboratory workers and other health care workers exposed to blood

PROPHYLAXIS: Hepatitis B immunoglobulin (HBIG)

SECTION VI - LABORATORY HAZARDS

LABORATORY-ACQUIRED INFECTIONS: The most frequently occurring laboratory-associated infection; incidence in some categories of laboratory workers is 7 times greater that of the general population; 234 reported cases up to 1974 with one death (3921 total infections surveyed); 26 reported cases in UK laboratories from 1980-1987

SOURCES/SPECIMENS: Blood and blood products, urine, semen, CSF, and saliva

PRIMARY HAZARDS: Parenteral inoculation; droplet exposure of mucous membranes; contact exposure of broken skin

SPECIAL HAZARDS: Needle stick with infected blood

SECTION VII - RECOMMENDED PRECAUTIONS

CONTAINMENT REQUIREMENTS: Biosafety level 2 practices and containment for activities utilizing infectious body fluids and tissues; biosafety level 3 primary containment and personnel precautions for activities with high potential for droplet or aerosol production and high production quantities or concentrations; animal biosafety level 2 for work with non-human primates

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: Laboratory coat; gloves when skin contact is unavoidable and when working with animals; wrap-around gown and gloves for work in biosafety cabinet

OTHER PRECAUTIONS: General needle safety precautions important - do not bend, break or recap the bottles.; dispose directly into puncture-proof container, universal precaution for blood, blood products or specimens containing or contaminated with blood

SECTION VIII - HANDLING INFORMATION

SPILLS: Allow aerosols to settle; wearing protective clothing, gently cover spill with absorbent paper towel and apply 1% sodium hypochlorite, starting at perimeter and working towards the centre; allow sufficient contact time (30 min) before clean up

DISPOSAL: Decontaminate before disposal; steam sterilization, chemical disinfection, incineration

STORAGE: In sealed containers that are appropriately labelled

SECTION IX - MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

Selene Homeopathics 1994 Ltd. Tauranga New Zealand
Meera Shangloo Homeopathic Research Centre Allahabad India

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Comment by Debby Bruck on October 15, 2010 at 11:19pm
More Links to Information on Hepatitis
Hepatitis B Vaccine is Not Required in India!

Hepatitis B Vaccine - All Don't Need It

Hepatitis-B Vaccine Linked to Brain Damage. Posted by Prof.Dr.Mubashar Ahmad Khan

What is Hepatitis Posted by Dr. Abdul Ghafoor Chughtai

Homeopathy Treats Hepatitis-C
Comment by Dr.Sharad Shangloo on October 16, 2010 at 1:15am
Dear Debby Thanks a lot. for the links. But we have to provide the same data to the customs office in India when we import Hepatitis B vac 30c. Homeopathic medicine. This medicine we give to the patients who suffer from the side effects of Hepatitis B vaccination.
Comment by Dr.Sharad Shangloo on October 16, 2010 at 1:23am
We are also giving this medicne to Hepatitis B postitive patients . We get the patients HBs Ag test done and check his abscorbance level. After that we give the medicne 2 drops three times a day in 1/2 cup of water and get the test done again the reults are remarkable.You can see the results on http://www.drshangloo.com/case.php.
they are supported by Ultrasound and Liver Function test.
Comment by Debby Bruck on October 20, 2010 at 11:41pm
This you consider isopathic treatment and it can also work.
Comment by Dr.Sharad Shangloo on October 28, 2010 at 1:36am
Actually it a iso Homeopathic treatment. The medicine is prepared by homeopathic method but is given as a Isopathic method. It is not given as an intercurrent remedy. It is given as a main remedy. And it is showing results.

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