Epidemiologo-clinical correlation at virus-hepatitis ill patients in clinical material
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Груневска (Grunevska), Бојана (Bojana), Столевски (Stolevski), Владо (Vlado), & Караџов (Karadzhov), Зоран (Zoran). (2016). Epidemiologo-clinical correlation at virus-hepatitis ill patients in clinical material. Medicinska Misla, 27(1), 11–14. Retrieved from https://www.id-press.eu/medmis/article/view/983


The epidemiologic-clinical correlation at 170 patients of hepatitis virosa (VH) indicated the following:

It is intensify the sessional frequency of ill patients with the evident increase about Jun-August (10.58), and with the extreme top in the course of November (17.64).

The dominant represent is still HBsAg-negative patients with 65.89%. Potentially inoculations (post-operative, after intervention, after injection) are 39.65% of the all number HBsAg-positive patients, but at other patients of this group the inoculation moment isn't known.

About HBsAg-positive patients the village is represented with 63.79%. About HBsAg-negative group prevails the town' inhabitants with 76.78%.

The high represent of HBsAg-positive is constituted very much at workers 31.3% and house-wife with 18.96%. About groups, we make with patient's years, the group about 16-25 year is most delicated.

The clinical and biochemical characteristic points at most difficult form of illness at B-virus hepatitis influence about which the length of hospitalization with average is 30.56 days, but about HBsAg-negative group the same is 28.18 days.

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