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Chronic gastritis

Treatment of chronic hepatitis b primarily includes medication (antiviral medications) and vitamin therapy. In addition, an important special nutritious diet that excludes fried, fatty and smoked products. To achieve the best treatment effect is also needed bed rest (physical activity can lead to increased intra-abdominal pressure during periods of exacerbation of hepatitis with serious complications).

Spa treatment is one of the most effective ways to support liver health during periods of remission (improvement health status). Patients are provided with a special health food, bed rest is guaranteed, treatments.


  • All diseases of the digestive system in acute phase.
  • Cicatricial narrowing of the esophagus and intestines with impaired patency; the structure of the common bile duct and duct of the gallbladder.
  • Ulcers disease stomach and duodenal ulcers in phase of exacerbation, and peptic ulcer disease complicated with pyloric stenosis, repeated bleeding that took place in the last 8 - 10 months, penetration of the ulcer; suspected malignancy of stomach ulcers, illness of Zollinger - Ellison.
  • Gastritis: rigid, antrum, and stomach polyps, menetrier disease (hypertrophic gastritis).
  • Complications after surgery on the stomach (non-healing postoperative scar, fistula, syndrome resulting loops, the so-called vicious circle, dumping and hypoglycemic syndrome, severe, atony of the stomach stump, a peptic ulcer of the small intestine in the acute phase with a tendency to bleeding and penetration to adjacent organs, exacerbation of chronic postoperative gastritis, pancreatitis, cholecystitis, hepatitis, severe form of diarrhea postvagotomic).
  • Enterocolitis with severe malnutrition (wasting).
  • Chronic dysentery, ulcerative colitis, chronic colitis with extensive ulcerative or erosive process in a straight or sigmoid colon, revealed during sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy and bleeding hemorrhoids, polyp or polyposis of the intestine.
  • Cholelithiasis, accompanied by attacks of biliary colic.
  • Residual effects of viral hepatitis (Botkin's disease) with signs of not ended the activity of the process (pain, dyspeptic, asthenic syndromes) and significant deviations of values in liver function tests, including blood levels of tissue enzymes.
  • ALT-AST; chronic active (progressive) hepatitis of any etiology.
  • Cirrhosis of the liver.
  • All forms of jaundice.
  • Severe forms of pancreatitis. Violation of patency of the pancreatic duct.

Treatment Results

Gastritis is treated very successfully with timely treatment. Treatments in the sanatorium relieve the patient from frequent recurrences of the disease. Inflammation of the stomach is removed primarily by the normalization of the supply.

The consequences of not treating

Gastritis can easily develop into ulcers if left untreated. Moreover, the effects seen on the liver. Develop chronic pancreatitis.
Chronic gastritis is inflammation of the mucous membrane of the stomach. The disease usually occurs in waves: periods of exacerbation alternate with improvement. Causes of chronic gastritis a few. The most common include wrong diet, overeating or starvation, unbalanced diet, excessive Smoking and alcohol, eating too hot or too cold food.
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