Hepatitis B is a potentially life-threatening infection that attacks the liver. It’s caused by the Hepatitis B virus. It can cause chronic infection and puts people at high risk of death from cirrhosis and liver cancer. Globally, an estimated 257 million people are living with hepatitis B virus infection. The transmission of the Hepatitis B … Continue reading Is There A Cure For Hepatitis B?
Glucose- 6- phosphate dehydrogenase is an inherited condition that affects the red blood cells and can cause hemolytic anaemia. Hemolytic anaemia is when red blood cells produced inside the bone marrow are destroyed rapidly than usual. It is more common in men than women. The gene associated with the condition is located on the X … Continue reading What Is G6PD Deficiency?
Mr Osei Asibey Kwarteng His sudden move from banking to health education was one that took many by surprise. But today, he can boast of thousands of professionals, both in the United Kingdom and Ghana that have benefited from the fruit of his labour. Mr Osei Asibey Kwarteng is currently the Chief Executive Officer of … Continue reading From Banking To Health
Do we have a medical term known as Chemical Pregnancy? The answer is yes. Most people might not have heard of it but it exists. A chemical pregnancy is an early pregnancy loss that occurs shortly after implantation. It may account for 50 to 75% of all miscarriages. It takes place before ultrasounds can can … Continue reading What You Need To Know About Chemical Pregnancy
Each day, I spend a lot of time directing patient at the Out Patient Department (OPD). I haven’t yet become tired of doing so but it looks like every patient seems to get confused at a point in time at the OPD. The problem is usually not about directions but ‘where to go from where.’ … Continue reading A Stroll At The OPD