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Hepatitis B.
Osborn TR. J Am Dent Assoc 2014. PMID 24583883
The transmission dynamic of different hepatitis B-infected individuals with the effect of hospitalization.
Khan T, et al. J Biol Dyn 2018. PMID 30047315
We propose an epidemic model for the transmission of hepatitis B virus along with the classification of different infection phases and hospitalized class. ...We perform sensitivity analysis to illustrate the effect of various parameters on the transmission of the disease. We investigate stability of the equilibria of the model in terms of the basic reproduction number. ...
We propose an epidemic model for the transmission of hepatitis B virus along with the classification of different infec …
Reverse vertical transmission of hepatitis-B from transfusion-infected children to biological mothers.
Khanna R, et al. Indian Pediatr 2014. PMID 25228611 Free article.
BACKGROUND: Perinatal and horizontal are the common modes of transmission of hepatitis-B virus in children. CASE CHARACTERISTICS: Two mother-child pairs with children having received multiple blood transfusions in past. OBSERVATION: Both the mothers developed acute hepatitis-B infection whereas children were demonstrated to be having chronic infection with hepatitis-B. ...
BACKGROUND: Perinatal and horizontal are the common modes of transmission of hepatitis-B virus in children. CASE CHARAC …
An assessment of the airborne route in hepatitis B transmission.
Petersen NJ. Ann N Y Acad Sci 1980. PMID 6939383
The experimental and epidemiologic evidence for airborne transmission of hepatitis B is inconclusive and our efforts to detect airborne HBsAg or blood in environments where hepatitis B transmission occurs have been uniformly unsuccessful. In the specific areas investigated: dialysis centers, laboratories, and dental operatories, other major routes of transmission that can explain the spread of hepatitis B invariably are present. ...
The experimental and epidemiologic evidence for airborne transmission of hepatitis B is inconclusive and our efforts to …
Is waste collection associated with hepatitis B infection? A meta-analysis.
Mol MPG, et al. Rev Soc Bras Med Trop 2017. PMID 29340451 Free article.
This meta-analysis, which is based on a previously published systematic review, aims to contribute to the scientific discussion on hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection in workers who are exposed to domestic and healthcare wastes. ...
This meta-analysis, which is based on a previously published systematic review, aims to contribute to the scientific discussion on hepati
A mathematical model for estimating residual transmission risk of occult hepatitis B virus infection with different blood safety scenarios.
Weusten J, et al. Transfusion 2017. PMID 28244600
BACKGROUND: If anti-hepatitis B core antibody testing is not mandated blood donors with occult hepatitis B infection (OBI) may transmit hepatitis B virus (HBV) to a recipient in spite of the use of nucleic acid amplification technology (NAT) or pathogen inactivation (PI). ...CONCLUSION: The model can be used to compare different screening and/or PI strategies in reducing viral transmission risk and could serve as a tool in evaluating efficacy of alternative blood safety scenarios....
BACKGROUND: If anti-hepatitis B core antibody testing is not mandated blood donors with occult hepatitis B infec …
[Influencing factors of mother-infant vertical transmission of hepatitis B virus].
Zhang WL, et al. Zhongguo Dang Dai Er Ke Za Zhi 2011. PMID 21849114 Chinese. Free article.
OBJECTIVE: To study the factors influencing mother-infant vertical transmission of hepatitis B virus (HBV). METHODS: A total of 635 pregnant women with chronic hepatitis B or chronic asymptomatic HBV carriers were enrolled. ...With the administration of hepatitis B immunoglobulin and hepatitis B vaccine, the delivery way and the liver function of pregnant women may not to be factors influencing mother-infant HBV vertical transmission....
OBJECTIVE: To study the factors influencing mother-infant vertical transmission of hepatitis B virus (HBV). METHODS: A …
Donor screening for antibody to hepatitis B core antigen and hepatitis B virus infection in transfusion recipients.
Mosley JW, et al. Transfusion 1995. PMID 7998069
BACKGROUND: Testing for antibody to hepatitis B core antigen (anti-HBc) as a surrogate for hepatitis C viremia is no longer needed for blood donor screening. Currently, the important question is how much its use supplements hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) donor screening in preventing transfusion-transmitted hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection. ...
BACKGROUND: Testing for antibody to hepatitis B core antigen (anti-HBc) as a surrogate for hepatitis C viremia is no lo …
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