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DISTRIBUTION OF ABO, Rh (RHESUS) BLOOD GROUPING AND HEPATITIS B AMONG BLOOD DONORS WITH NATIONAL BLOOD TRANSFUSION SERVICE KADUNA

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ABSTRACT

ABO and Rh blood group systems are of major clinical significance amongst the thirty (30) human blood group system. The Distribution of ABO, Rh blood grouping and hepatitis B virus among blood donors with National Blood Transfusion Service, Kaduna was carried out. Two hundred voluntary blood donors (200) were used. Questionnaire was used to obtain the respondents’ bio-demographic data. Microplate technique was used for ABO and Rh blood grouping tests and ELISA kit (Monolisa HBsAg ULTRA) for hepatitis B virus test. The results showed that blood group O donors had (47.0%, group A (31.5%), group B (17.0%) and group AB (4.5%).  Rh D positive has (95.0%) and RhD negative (5%).  Reactive hepatitis B (12.5% and non-reactive hepatitis B (87.5%).


CHAPTER ONE

1.0 Introduction

1.1 Aim of the Study

1.2 Objectives of the Study

1.3 Justification of Study


CHAPTER TWO

2.0 REVIEW OF LITERATURE

2.1 Introduction 

2.1.1 Screening

2.2 ABO Blood Groups System 

2.2.1 ABO blood group genetics 

2.2.2 Anti-A and anti-B antibodies 

2.2.3 ABO subgroups 

2.3 Rhesus (Rh) grouping system

2.3.1 Rh Antigens 

2.3.2 Rh Antibodies 

2.3.3 Weak Antigen D

2.3.4 Importance of Rh D Grouping

2.4 Hepatitis B Virus (HBV)

2.5 Hepatitis B Surface Antigen 

2.6 Hepatitis B Core Antibody 

2.7 Hepatitis B Virus DNA

2.8 Microplate technique grouping

2.9 Principle of the monolisaTM HBsAg ULTRA  

2.10 Interpretation

2.11 Interpretation for Monolisa HBsAg ULTRA


                      

CHAPTER THREE

3.0 MATERIALS AND METHOD


CHAPTER FOUR

RESULTS

4.1 DISCUSSION


CHAPTER FIVE

CONCLUSION, RECOMMENDATIONS AND LIMITATIONS

5.1 CONCLUSION

5.2 RECOMMENDATIONS

5.3 LIMITATIONS






DISTRIBUTION OF ABO, Rh (RHESUS) BLOOD GROUPING AND HEPATITIS B AMONG BLOOD DONORS WITH NATIONAL BLOOD TRANSFUSION SERVICE KADUNA

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    Project ID MHS0131
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 38 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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