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Peculiarities of epidemiologic process of the HIV-infection in combination with viral hepatitis B and C on the territory of the Russian Far East

Written by Bazykina T.A., Turkutyukov V.B., Trotsenko O.E., Balakhontseva L.A.

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Objective. Despite the efforts aimed on HIV-infection control on the territory of Russian Federation the epidemiologic situation is deteriorating. The goal of the research was to analyze main indices concerning HIV-infection epidemiologic process on the territory of Russian Far East during last 10 years (2006–2015). Methods. The research was based on analysis of the official statistical data received from the territorial and federal agencies of the Russian Federation. Results. During the last five years (2011–2015) was detected an increase in HIV prevalence and incidence rates in 1.5 and 1.7 times respectively. The impact of sexual transmission route is increasing. However, the parenteral route of transmission is still prevailing. The percentage of patients of 40 years and older is increasing. Simultaneously, the ratio of newborns and teenagers is declining. The rate of viral hepatitis B among HIV-infected patients has increased from 2.9 to 3.5 %. Prevalence rate of viral hepatitis C is persistently high – 32.3 %. Conclusions. Obtained results indicate on the necessity of active prophylactic measures directed on prevention of the spread of HIV-infection and viral hepatitis B and C on the territory of the Russian Far East.

Links to authors:
T.A. Bazykina1, 2, V.B. Turkutyukov1, O.E. Trotsenko2,
L.A. Balakhontseva2
1 Pacific State Medical University (2 Ostryakov Ave. Vladivostok 690950 Russian Federation),
2 Khabarovsk Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology (2 Shevchenko St. Khabarovsk 680610 Russian Federation)


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