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Last Updated: 11 June 2022

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Seroprevalence of viral Hepatitis B in the Marrakech region

"Viral hepatitis B is a significant public health issue around the world. " The diagnosis of HBV depends on the presence or absence of other gastrointestinal markers, but they do not have details regarding viral replication. Patients with viral replication, cytolysis, and the presence of an activity necroinflammatory or significant fibrosis on biopsy are the targets of viral hepatitis B. Despite the latest antiviral drugs, acute hepatitis B is chronic, costly, and costly, and HBV vaccination campaigns and prevention efforts are still the most cost-effective option for lowering morbidity and mortality from liver failure and liver cancer. In Morocco, only one study has relating to the epidemiology of hepatitis B.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6630378


Hepatitis B immunization in sickle cell disease patients

"Introduction: Sickle cell disease, also known as sickle cell anaemia, leads to the production of the abnormal haemoglobin of sickle cell disease, haemoglobin A, and is often associated with multiple blood transfusions and hospitalizations in patients at risk of infectious disease transmission such as hepatitis B. " The aim of our research was to investigate the immunization of vaccinated sickle cell patients and then recommend a course of action for non-immunised patients in the Joseph Ravoavaria University Hospital's Haematology Department. According to the expanded program of immunization, with at least three injections of hepatitis B vaccine, whether transfused or not," the study found that all sickle cell disease children under the age of 15, girls or boys of any ethnic origin, with or without clinical or genetic signs of hepatitis.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6627573


Knowledge, Perception and Uptake of Vaccine of Hepatitis B Virus among Residents of Ondo State

"Hepatitis B virus is one of the infectious viruses that is affecting global health. " This report was done to investigate data, perception of hepatitis B virus and its vaccine uptake among residents of ondo state, south west of N. . . . ia. This included recruiting residents in three towns in three communities of three separate senatorial districts of the state. The Knowledge of the subject matter, especially the undeveloped ones in the state, needed to be improved in all the towns, especially the undeveloped ones, on awareness, perception and vaccination, as well as the availability of its vaccinations.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6622635


Non Inferiority Study to Prevent Hepatitis B Vertical Infection, Non Randomized Clinical Trial

"Background: Hepatitis B is a vaccine-preventable liver disease caused by the Hepatitis B Virus. When blood, semen, or other body fluids from a person infected with the virus reach a body of a person that is not infected with Hepatitis B, it is spread. Aim of the study: To avoid the HB vertical infection, the HB vertical infection was discovered with the discovery of the hepatitis B immunoglobulin with hepatitis B vaccine alone rather than with hepatitis B vaccine. Conclusion: Hepatitis B vaccine alone is not inferior to HB vaccine mixed with HBIG to prevent the disease, and both regimens were safe. ".

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6587200


SEROPREVALENCE OF VIRAL HEPATITIS B IN THE PROVINCE OF TIZNIT, SOUTHERN REGION OF MOROCCO

"Introduction: Hepatitis B virus infection is a common public health issue worldwide. " According to the World Health Organization, nearly 257 million people worldwide live with chronic hepatitis B virus infection. By the BEP 2000 Advance plc, the HBs antigen was discovered by ELISA technique, "Murex HBs Ag version 3" The search for the HBs antigen was carried out by the ELISA method. The seroprevalence of hepatitis B in the study population is 0. 20 percent, with male predominance and a sex ratio of 4. 5. The investigation of risk factors for hepatitis B infection in infected people revealed that informal dental hygiene and risky sex are the key risk factors for HBV transmission. Conclusion: According to this report, the seropreval of HBV in Tiznit province places Morocco as a world with a low incidence of viral hepatitis B. ".

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6546324

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