Historical epidemiology of hepatitis C virus in select countries—volume 4

A. Maaroufi, A. Vince, S. M. Himatt, R. Mohamed, J. Fung, O. Opare-Sem, A. Workneh, R. Njouom, I. Al ghazzawi, M. Abdulla, K. S. Kaliaskarova, S. Owusu-Ofori, M. K. Abdelmageed, D. Adda, O. Akin, A. Al Baqali, N. Al Dweik, K. Al Ejji, S. Al Kaabi, K. Al NaamaniJ. Al Qamish, M. Al Sadadi, J. Al Salman, M. AlBadri, S. A. Al-Busafi, H. E. Al-Romaihi, W. Ampofo, K. Antonov, C. Anyaike, F. Arome, A. Bane, S. Blach, M. M. Borodo, S. M. Brandon, B. Bright, M. T. Butt, I. Cardenas, H. L.Y. Chan, C. J. Chen, D. S. Chen, P. J. Chen, R. N. Chien, W. L. Chuang, D. Cuellar, M. Derbala, A. A. Elbardiny, C. Estes, E. Farag, I. Gamkrelidze, V. Garcia, J. Genov, Z. Ghandour, M. Ghuloom, B. Gomez, J. Gunter, J. Habeeb, O. Hajelssedig, W. Hamoudi, I. Hrstic, C. C. Hu, C. F. Huang, Y. T. Hui, R. Jahis, D. Jelev, A. K. John, Y. Kamel, J. H. Kao, J. Khamis, H. Khattabi, I. Khoudri, A. Konysbekova, I. Kotzev, M. S. Lai, W. C. Lao, J. Layden, M. H. Lee, O. Lesi, M. Li, A. Lo, C. K. Loo, B. Lukšić, A. O. Malu, L. Mateva, R. Mitova, M. Morović, K. Murphy, B. Mustapha, H. Nde, A. Nersesov, E. Ngige, O. Njoya, D. Nonković, S. Obekpa, S. Oguche, E. E. Okolo, O. Omede, C. Omuemu, P. Ondoa, R. O. Phillips, Y. N. Prokopenko, H. Razavi, D. Razavi-Shearer, B. Redae, T. Reic, T. Rinke de Wit, C. Rios, S. Robbins, Lewis Rowland Roberts, S. J. Sanad, J. D. Schmelzer, M. Sharma, M. Simonova, T. H. Su, K. Sultan, S. S. Tan, K. Tchernev, O. T.Y. Tsang, S. Tsang, C. Tzeuton, S. Ugoeze, B. Uzochukwu, R. Vi, H. U. Wani, V. W.S. Wong, R. Yacoub, K. I. Yesmembetov, M. Youbi, M. F. Yuen, K. Razavi-Shearer

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Abstract

Due to the introduction of newer, more efficacious treatment options, there is a pressing need for policy makers and public health officials to develop or adapt national hepatitis C virus (HCV) control strategies to the changing epidemiological landscape. To do so, detailed, country-specific data are needed to characterize the burden of chronic HCV infection. In this study of 17 countries, a literature review of published and unpublished data on HCV prevalence, viraemia, genotype, age and gender distribution, liver transplants and diagnosis and treatment rates was conducted, and inputs were validated by expert consensus in each country. Viraemic prevalence in this study ranged from 0.2% in Hong Kong to 2.4% in Taiwan, while the largest viraemic populations were in Nigeria (2 597 000 cases) and Taiwan (569 000 cases). Diagnosis, treatment and liver transplant rates varied widely across the countries included in this analysis, as did the availability of reliable data. Addressing data gaps will be critical for the development of future strategies to manage and minimize the disease burden of hepatitis C.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)8-24
Number of pages17
JournalJournal of Viral Hepatitis
Volume24
DOIs
StatePublished - Oct 1 2017

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Hepacivirus
Epidemiology
Taiwan
Transplants
Liver
Viremia
Age Distribution
Hong Kong
Chronic Hepatitis C
Virus Diseases
Hepatitis C
Nigeria
Administrative Personnel
Therapeutics
Public Health
Cross-Sectional Studies
Genotype
Population

Keywords

  • diagnosis
  • disease burden
  • epidemiology
  • HCV
  • hepatitis C
  • historical
  • incidence
  • mortality
  • prevalence
  • treatment

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Hepatology
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Virology

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Maaroufi, A., Vince, A., Himatt, S. M., Mohamed, R., Fung, J., Opare-Sem, O., ... Razavi-Shearer, K. (2017). Historical epidemiology of hepatitis C virus in select countries—volume 4. Journal of Viral Hepatitis, 24, 8-24. https://doi.org/10.1111/jvh.12762

Historical epidemiology of hepatitis C virus in select countries—volume 4. / Maaroufi, A.; Vince, A.; Himatt, S. M.; Mohamed, R.; Fung, J.; Opare-Sem, O.; Workneh, A.; Njouom, R.; Al ghazzawi, I.; Abdulla, M.; Kaliaskarova, K. S.; Owusu-Ofori, S.; Abdelmageed, M. K.; Adda, D.; Akin, O.; Al Baqali, A.; Al Dweik, N.; Al Ejji, K.; Al Kaabi, S.; Al Naamani, K.; Al Qamish, J.; Al Sadadi, M.; Al Salman, J.; AlBadri, M.; Al-Busafi, S. A.; Al-Romaihi, H. E.; Ampofo, W.; Antonov, K.; Anyaike, C.; Arome, F.; Bane, A.; Blach, S.; Borodo, M. M.; Brandon, S. M.; Bright, B.; Butt, M. T.; Cardenas, I.; Chan, H. L.Y.; Chen, C. J.; Chen, D. S.; Chen, P. J.; Chien, R. N.; Chuang, W. L.; Cuellar, D.; Derbala, M.; Elbardiny, A. A.; Estes, C.; Farag, E.; Gamkrelidze, I.; Garcia, V.; Genov, J.; Ghandour, Z.; Ghuloom, M.; Gomez, B.; Gunter, J.; Habeeb, J.; Hajelssedig, O.; Hamoudi, W.; Hrstic, I.; Hu, C. C.; Huang, C. F.; Hui, Y. T.; Jahis, R.; Jelev, D.; John, A. K.; Kamel, Y.; Kao, J. H.; Khamis, J.; Khattabi, H.; Khoudri, I.; Konysbekova, A.; Kotzev, I.; Lai, M. S.; Lao, W. C.; Layden, J.; Lee, M. H.; Lesi, O.; Li, M.; Lo, A.; Loo, C. K.; Lukšić, B.; Malu, A. O.; Mateva, L.; Mitova, R.; Morović, M.; Murphy, K.; Mustapha, B.; Nde, H.; Nersesov, A.; Ngige, E.; Njoya, O.; Nonković, D.; Obekpa, S.; Oguche, S.; Okolo, E. E.; Omede, O.; Omuemu, C.; Ondoa, P.; Phillips, R. O.; Prokopenko, Y. N.; Razavi, H.; Razavi-Shearer, D.; Redae, B.; Reic, T.; Rinke de Wit, T.; Rios, C.; Robbins, S.; Roberts, Lewis Rowland; Sanad, S. J.; Schmelzer, J. D.; Sharma, M.; Simonova, M.; Su, T. H.; Sultan, K.; Tan, S. S.; Tchernev, K.; Tsang, O. T.Y.; Tsang, S.; Tzeuton, C.; Ugoeze, S.; Uzochukwu, B.; Vi, R.; Wani, H. U.; Wong, V. W.S.; Yacoub, R.; Yesmembetov, K. I.; Youbi, M.; Yuen, M. F.; Razavi-Shearer, K.

In: Journal of Viral Hepatitis, Vol. 24, 01.10.2017, p. 8-24.

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Maaroufi, A, Vince, A, Himatt, SM, Mohamed, R, Fung, J, Opare-Sem, O, Workneh, A, Njouom, R, Al ghazzawi, I, Abdulla, M, Kaliaskarova, KS, Owusu-Ofori, S, Abdelmageed, MK, Adda, D, Akin, O, Al Baqali, A, Al Dweik, N, Al Ejji, K, Al Kaabi, S, Al Naamani, K, Al Qamish, J, Al Sadadi, M, Al Salman, J, AlBadri, M, Al-Busafi, SA, Al-Romaihi, HE, Ampofo, W, Antonov, K, Anyaike, C, Arome, F, Bane, A, Blach, S, Borodo, MM, Brandon, SM, Bright, B, Butt, MT, Cardenas, I, Chan, HLY, Chen, CJ, Chen, DS, Chen, PJ, Chien, RN, Chuang, WL, Cuellar, D, Derbala, M, Elbardiny, AA, Estes, C, Farag, E, Gamkrelidze, I, Garcia, V, Genov, J, Ghandour, Z, Ghuloom, M, Gomez, B, Gunter, J, Habeeb, J, Hajelssedig, O, Hamoudi, W, Hrstic, I, Hu, CC, Huang, CF, Hui, YT, Jahis, R, Jelev, D, John, AK, Kamel, Y, Kao, JH, Khamis, J, Khattabi, H, Khoudri, I, Konysbekova, A, Kotzev, I, Lai, MS, Lao, WC, Layden, J, Lee, MH, Lesi, O, Li, M, Lo, A, Loo, CK, Lukšić, B, Malu, AO, Mateva, L, Mitova, R, Morović, M, Murphy, K, Mustapha, B, Nde, H, Nersesov, A, Ngige, E, Njoya, O, Nonković, D, Obekpa, S, Oguche, S, Okolo, EE, Omede, O, Omuemu, C, Ondoa, P, Phillips, RO, Prokopenko, YN, Razavi, H, Razavi-Shearer, D, Redae, B, Reic, T, Rinke de Wit, T, Rios, C, Robbins, S, Roberts, LR, Sanad, SJ, Schmelzer, JD, Sharma, M, Simonova, M, Su, TH, Sultan, K, Tan, SS, Tchernev, K, Tsang, OTY, Tsang, S, Tzeuton, C, Ugoeze, S, Uzochukwu, B, Vi, R, Wani, HU, Wong, VWS, Yacoub, R, Yesmembetov, KI, Youbi, M, Yuen, MF & Razavi-Shearer, K 2017, 'Historical epidemiology of hepatitis C virus in select countries—volume 4', Journal of Viral Hepatitis, vol. 24, pp. 8-24. https://doi.org/10.1111/jvh.12762
Maaroufi A, Vince A, Himatt SM, Mohamed R, Fung J, Opare-Sem O et al. Historical epidemiology of hepatitis C virus in select countries—volume 4. Journal of Viral Hepatitis. 2017 Oct 1;24:8-24. https://doi.org/10.1111/jvh.12762
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