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Weiying Zhang

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Hepatitis E virus (HEV) is transmitted mainly through food and water sources. HEV is a major public health problem faced by developing countries. HEV causes large outbreaks of hepatitis E (HE) or acute sporadic infection. HEV can also lead to chronic infection. HEV mainly affects the young, middle-aged people, and pregnant women, who especially display high rates of infection. This study reviews HE while considering its biological characteristics, clinical symptoms, epidemic characteristics, vaccine, and detection methods.

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Guoxiu Lu

persistent hypotension and has no effect on fluid resuscitation) [ 6 ]. At present, the imbalance of proinflammatory/anti-inflammatory factors is the most important pathogenesis of sepsis. Sepsis treatment includes initial resuscitation, anti-infection, fluid resuscitation, and administration of vasoactive drugs and hormones [ 7 ]. 2 Distribution of pathogens Age and immune status have a strong influence on pathogenic bacteria. Bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites can cause systemic inflammatory response syndrome, severe sepsis, and septic shock. Bacterial