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Author Topic: What treatment would you recommend?  (Read 4652 times)

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Offline sickpuppy

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What treatment would you recommend?
« on: July 30, 2015, 02:59:22 pm »
Attention: This is a game.

We're all on treatment here. Let's play a game. Based on the signature, what treatment would you give the one who posted above you? Ignore what treatment they are currently are, and assume all you know about them is what they put in their signature. Recommend a realistic treatment (making economic sense too, otherwise we would slap anyone and everyone with a 36 week round of Harvoni and be done with it).

Let the games begin.
GT1a - TX-naive


16.2 kPa
ALT: 61 iu/L
ALP: 74 iu/L
Albumin: 38g/L
Bilirubin: 27 umol/L
Platelets: 80
VL: 792,000
History of 4 violent varices bleeding episodes and splenomegaly present.

21/07/15 - TX start - Harvoni + Ribavirin 12 weeks.
Week 2 - UND
Week 4 - UND
Week 8 - UND
13/10/15 Week 12 - UND
19/11/15 - SVR4
8/1/16 - SVR12 !!!!!


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