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Prevalance of Hepatitis-B in Pregnant Kashmiri Women Attending Tertiary Care
Dr. Shazia Nisar, Dr. Shahzada Shahid Banday
Abstract: The most common mode of transmission of Hepatitis-B is from infected mother to baby i.e., vertical transmission and it accounts for 50-60% of those that are chronically infected. Among these 50-60%, 25% die from complications of HBV related diseases. It was a retrospective study carried at our hospital of SKIMS, Soura. Antenatal record over a period of one year (March 2017-May 2018) was analyzed. Total number of patients? chosen for study was 400. Out of 400, number of patients who tested positive for HbsAg by ELISA was 32%. Thus prevalence of HBV infected patients in otherwise healthy pregnant patients was 8%.
Keywords: Vertical transmission, Hepatitis B, Antenatal
Country: India, Subject Area: Medical Science
Pages: 380 - 381
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 1, January 2019
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Dr. Shazia Nisar, Dr. Shahzada Shahid Banday, "Prevalance of Hepatitis-B in Pregnant Kashmiri Women Attending Tertiary Care", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i1/11111802.pdf, Volume 8 Issue 1, January 2019, 380 - 381
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