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Prevalence of HBV, HCV & HIV among Whip Battered Individuals During Social Events in North Sudan

By Mohammed Mustafa Ahmed Mohmmed

Nile Valley University, Sudan

Public Health

Published: Apr 12, 2017 | pg. no: 1-31

Abstract: Background: The analytic study carried out in north sudan to know the prevalence of HIV, HBV, HCV among hitting people during social events. Methods: Data was collected through questionnaire by offering a number of questions relevant to the objectives of the study. Researchers took a statistical approach to the SPSS system for the extraction percentages and discussed for the purpose of access to scientific findings. Results: Questionnaire collect from 126 cases in north sudan target age above 12 year administrate by randomized method male class. No HIV, HBV case in all study groups. There are 3 cases of HCV (1) In hitting people, (2) In non hitting. Conclusions and recommendations: 1) Increase awareness of people about risk of hitting itself and hitting transmission diseases 2) The hitting is not religious habit so can easy take off it and it is remark of no developed health country 3) Increasing of health education by application of Medical College 4) Programs in the community 5) Conduction of further studies to determine the association between hitting and HBV,HCV,HIV 6) Promote early vaccination of population at risk group against hepatitis

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