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Korean Journal of Preventive Medicine 1986;19(1): 91-99.
An Epidemiologic Study on Related Factors to HBsAg and Anti-HBs.
Joo Ja Kim, Gu Woong Han, Taik Sung Nam
Department of Preventive Medicine, Soon Chun Hyang College, Korea.
To determine relationships of supposed risk factors to positives for HBsAg and Anti-HBs and also relationships of subjective symptoms to positives for HBsAg and Anti-HBs, study of 658 people working in the hospital, university, bank and other office was performed. Positive rate for HBsAg was about 7.9% and positive rate for Anti-HBs was about 20.0%. Odds ratio of HBsAg was high and significant in individuals who are married and who have previous hepatitis B(P<0.001), medical personnel in family, more than 4 people in a room.(0.01 Odds ratio of Anti-HBs was also significant in individuals who have previous hepatitis B, liver disease in family, more than 4 people in a room.(0.01
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