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Hepatitis A immunity and region-of-origin in a Swiss prison.
Getaz L, et al. Int J Prison Health 2016. PMID 27219907
The authors identified hepatitis A antibody-negative serology (lack of immunity) in five out of 116 prisoners (4.3 percent, 95 percent CI 1.4-9.7). Among participants of European origin alone, five out of 50 inmates were hepatitis A antibody-negative (10 percent, 95 percent CI 3.3-21.8), whereas the 66 inmates from other all continents were hepatitis A antibody-positive (immune) (p=0.026). ...
The authors identified hepatitis A antibody-negative serology (lack of immunity) in five out of 116 prisoners (4.3 percent, 95 percen …
Impact of hepatitis A vaccination of Indigenous children on notifications of hepatitis A in north Queensland.
Hanna JN, et al. Med J Aust 2004. PMID 15516191
OBJECTIVE: To describe the impact of a hepatitis A vaccination program for Indigenous children in north Queensland. DESIGN: Enhanced surveillance of all notified cases of hepatitis A in north Queensland from 1996 to 2003. ...Hepatitis A vaccine should be provided to other high-risk Indigenous children elsewhere in Australia....
OBJECTIVE: To describe the impact of a hepatitis A vaccination program for Indigenous children in north Queensland. DESIGN: Enhanced …
Viral hepatitis in a multi-ethnic neighborhood in the Netherlands: results of a community-based study in a low prevalence country.
Veldhuijzen IK, et al. Int J Infect Dis 2009. PMID 18678518 Free article.
OBJECTIVES: The prevalence of viral hepatitis varies worldwide. Although the prevalence of hepatitis A virus (HAV) and hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection is generally low in Western countries, pockets of higher prevalence may exist in areas with large immigrant populations. ...Prevalence of hepatitis A and B varied by age group and ethnicity. Two respondents (0.7%) had chronic HBV infection. The prevalence of hepatitis C was 1.1% (3/271). ...
OBJECTIVES: The prevalence of viral hepatitis varies worldwide. Although the prevalence of hepatitis A virus (HAV) and hepa
Epidemiology and prevention of hepatitis A in travelers.
Wu D and Guo CY. J Travel Med 2013 - Review. PMID 24165384 Free article.
BACKGROUND: Hepatitis A is the second most common vaccine-preventable travel-associated infectious disease and hepatitis A virus (HAV) is the most common cause of viral hepatitis. ...As international travel increases, the incidence of hepatitis A among travelers remains high and likely leads to regional outbreaks. ...
BACKGROUND: Hepatitis A is the second most common vaccine-preventable travel-associated infectious disease and hepatitis A vir …
Hepatitis A in Hispanic children who live along the United States-Mexico border: the role of international travel and food-borne exposures.
Weinberg M, et al. Pediatrics 2004. PMID 15231975
RESULTS: Participants included 132 children with hepatitis A and 354 control subjects. The median age of study participants was 7 years (range: 1-17). ...Travelers to areas where hepatitis A is endemic should receive hepatitis A vaccine before travel....
RESULTS: Participants included 132 children with hepatitis A and 354 control subjects. The median age of study participants was 7 yea …
Changing scenario of hepatitis A virus and hepatitis E virus exposure among the primitive tribes of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India over the 10-year period 1989-99.
Murhekar MV, et al. J Viral Hepat 2002. PMID 12081610
Studies carried out earlier among these tribes revealed very high rates of hepatitis B infection. We have now studied hepatitis A and E infection among them. ...Hepatitis A virus (HAV) infection was found to be highly endemic among all the tribes, whereas hepatitis E virus (HEV) infection was common among the Nicobarese and Shompens. ...
Studies carried out earlier among these tribes revealed very high rates of hepatitis B infection. We have now studied hepatitis
United States epidemiology of hepatitis A: influenced by immigrants visiting friends and relatives in Mexico?
Jong EC. Am J Med 2005 - Review. PMID 16271542
Asymptomatic pediatric travelers-who acquire hepatitis A abroad and are infectious on return to American communities-contribute to the silent transmission of hepatitis A to playmates, caretakers, and contacts in households, daycare facilities, and elementary schools. Considering the expanded geographic distribution of Mexican immigrant settlement, the predicted increased diversity of pediatric populations in the United States over time, and the continued growth of VFR travel, a universal pediatric vaccine recommendation for hepatitis A immunization can help to prevent hepatitis A transmission in this country in the future....
Asymptomatic pediatric travelers-who acquire hepatitis A abroad and are infectious on return to American communities-contribute to th …
An outbreak of hepatitis A in Roma populations living in three prefectures in Greece.
Vantarakis A, et al. Epidemiol Infect 2010. PMID 19941688
An outbreak of hepatitis A virus (HAV) infection affected Roma populations living in three prefectures of northeastern Greece. ...
An outbreak of hepatitis A virus (HAV) infection affected Roma populations living in three prefectures of northeastern Greece. ...
Cases of malaria, hepatitis A, and typhoid fever among VFRs, Quebec (Canada).
Bui YG, et al. J Travel Med 2011. PMID 22017712 Free article.
RESULTS: VFRs account for 52.9% of malaria cases, 56.9% of hepatitis A cases, and 94.4% of typhoid cases reported in Quebec travelers. ...Those under 20 years of age also accounted for 16.9% of malaria cases, 50% of typhoid cases, and 65.2% of hepatitis A cases among VFRs. ...
RESULTS: VFRs account for 52.9% of malaria cases, 56.9% of hepatitis A cases, and 94.4% of typhoid cases reported in Quebec travelers …
Seroprevalence of hepatitis A virus antibodies in Turkish and Moroccan children in Rotterdam.
Richardus JH, et al. J Med Virol 2004. PMID 14695660
Seasonal fluctuations in hepatitis A have been observed in the Netherlands related to Turkish and Moroccan children after visiting their home countries. This study determined the prevalence and associated factors of hepatitis A virus (HAV) antibodies in Turkish and Moroccan children in Rotterdam. ...
Seasonal fluctuations in hepatitis A have been observed in the Netherlands related to Turkish and Moroccan children after visiting th …
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