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SAJIN, Octavian; SPÎNU, Constantin; ISAC, Maria; IZIUMOV, Nina; CHERNIAVSKA (MIRON), Aliona; BUGA, Alexandru; CIOBANU, Igor. Seroprevalence of viral hepatitis B, C and E in TB patients from the Republic of Moldova. In: One Health and Risk Management. 2023, nr. 4(1), pp. 59-64. ISSN 2587-3458.
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Introduction. For the first time, in the Republic of Moldova, there was established the seroprevalence of viral hepatitis B, C and E markers in patients with tuberculosis depending on gender, age and geographical areas. Material and methods. 200 blood samples were collected from patients with tuberculosis and tested by the immuno-fermentative method for presence of viral hepatitis B, C and E markers. Results. Following the investigations, it was established that the seroprevalence of the anti HEV Ig marker in patients with tuberculosis is 12.0±2.3%. The seroprevalence of viral hepatitis B marker HBsAg in patients with tuberculosis was 13.5±2.4%, and that of viral hepatitis C anti HCV – 9.0±2.0%. The study of investigations results for the presence of nominated markers depending on the geographical areas showed a significant statistically difference in the seroprevalence of the anti-HEV IgG marker in TB patients in the Central area of the country compared to the Southern area(p<0.05). Conclusions. Patients with tuberculosis showed a high level of seroprevalence of viral hepatitis marker viz. HBsAg - 13.5±2.4%; anti-HVC - 9.0±2.0% and anti-HVE IgG - 12.0±2.3%. People aged 40-49 and > 60 years were the most affected, including males.
seroprevalence, laboratory investigations, viral hepatitis B, C and E, TB patients,
seroprevalenţa, investigații de laborator, hepatitele virale B, C și E, bolnavii cu tuberculoză