Seronegativity HBsAg, HCV and HIV among blood donors: A five year study

Introduction: This study is conducted to evaluate the seroprevalance of HIV, HBsAG, HBV and syphilis among blood donors at blood bank of medical college hospital along the five years. Material and methods: Study includes both voluntary and replacement donors. HIV, HBsAG and HCV were tested by ELISA...

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Main Authors: Om Bodarya, Atul V Shrivastav, Ukti Bhavsar, Ashok Ramanuj, Jayesh R Joshi, Ashok S Agnihotri
Format: Article
Language:English
Published: Wolters Kluwer Medknow Publications 2015-01-01
Series:Muller Journal of Medical Sciences and Research
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Online Access:http://www.mjmsr.net/article.asp?issn=0975-9727;year=2015;volume=6;issue=2;spage=142;epage=146;aulast=Bodarya
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spelling doaj-5a414fa9a22844dfb653ad189185b4342020-11-25T00:34:25ZengWolters Kluwer Medknow PublicationsMuller Journal of Medical Sciences and Research0975-97272015-01-016214214610.4103/0975-9727.160686Seronegativity HBsAg, HCV and HIV among blood donors: A five year studyOm BodaryaAtul V ShrivastavUkti BhavsarAshok RamanujJayesh R JoshiAshok S AgnihotriIntroduction: This study is conducted to evaluate the seroprevalance of HIV, HBsAG, HBV and syphilis among blood donors at blood bank of medical college hospital along the five years. Material and methods: Study includes both voluntary and replacement donors. HIV, HBsAG and HCV were tested by ELISA methods approved by NACO and RPR was carried out for screening of Syphilis. Results: The seroprevalance of HIV, HBsAG, HCV and Syphilis was 0.08%, 0.3%, 0.07% and 0.17% respectively in voluntary blood donors while seroprevalance of HIV, HBsAG , HCV and Syphilis was 0.31%, 1.18%, 0.16% and 1.12% respectively in replacement blood donors. Conclusion: We observe that seroprevalance is higher in replacement donors than voluntary donors. These facts strongly indicate that we need more motivational and educational programmes to shift complete voluntary donation.http://www.mjmsr.net/article.asp?issn=0975-9727;year=2015;volume=6;issue=2;spage=142;epage=146;aulast=BodaryaSeroprevalancevoluntary blood donorsreplacement donors
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author Om Bodarya
Atul V Shrivastav
Ukti Bhavsar
Ashok Ramanuj
Jayesh R Joshi
Ashok S Agnihotri
spellingShingle Om Bodarya
Atul V Shrivastav
Ukti Bhavsar
Ashok Ramanuj
Jayesh R Joshi
Ashok S Agnihotri
Seronegativity HBsAg, HCV and HIV among blood donors: A five year study
Muller Journal of Medical Sciences and Research
Seroprevalance
voluntary blood donors
replacement donors
author_facet Om Bodarya
Atul V Shrivastav
Ukti Bhavsar
Ashok Ramanuj
Jayesh R Joshi
Ashok S Agnihotri
author_sort Om Bodarya
title Seronegativity HBsAg, HCV and HIV among blood donors: A five year study
title_short Seronegativity HBsAg, HCV and HIV among blood donors: A five year study
title_full Seronegativity HBsAg, HCV and HIV among blood donors: A five year study
title_fullStr Seronegativity HBsAg, HCV and HIV among blood donors: A five year study
title_full_unstemmed Seronegativity HBsAg, HCV and HIV among blood donors: A five year study
title_sort seronegativity hbsag, hcv and hiv among blood donors: a five year study
publisher Wolters Kluwer Medknow Publications
series Muller Journal of Medical Sciences and Research
issn 0975-9727
publishDate 2015-01-01
description Introduction: This study is conducted to evaluate the seroprevalance of HIV, HBsAG, HBV and syphilis among blood donors at blood bank of medical college hospital along the five years. Material and methods: Study includes both voluntary and replacement donors. HIV, HBsAG and HCV were tested by ELISA methods approved by NACO and RPR was carried out for screening of Syphilis. Results: The seroprevalance of HIV, HBsAG, HCV and Syphilis was 0.08%, 0.3%, 0.07% and 0.17% respectively in voluntary blood donors while seroprevalance of HIV, HBsAG , HCV and Syphilis was 0.31%, 1.18%, 0.16% and 1.12% respectively in replacement blood donors. Conclusion: We observe that seroprevalance is higher in replacement donors than voluntary donors. These facts strongly indicate that we need more motivational and educational programmes to shift complete voluntary donation.
topic Seroprevalance
voluntary blood donors
replacement donors
url http://www.mjmsr.net/article.asp?issn=0975-9727;year=2015;volume=6;issue=2;spage=142;epage=146;aulast=Bodarya
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