Limits...
Prevalence of adenovirus respiratory tract and hiv co-infections in patients attending the University of Ilorin, teaching hospital, Ilorin, Nigeria.

Kolawole OM, Oladosu TO, Abdulkarim AA, Okoh AI - BMC Res Notes (2014)

Bottom Line: One Hundred and Eighty Four (184) patients were recruited with confirmed HIV positive status.Nevertheless, 62% (114 patients) tested negative to the co-infections.However, there was no significance with respect to gender of the subjects (p>0.05).

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, Applied and Environmental Microbiology Research Group, University of Fort Hare, Alice, South Africa. tomak74@yahoo.com.

ABSTRACT

Background: Adenovirus co-infections in HIV patients cause wide-spread morbidity in sub-Saharan Africa, but little research has documented the burden and distribution of these pathogens. This study was conducted between December, 2010 and March, 2011 to investigate the prevalence of Adenovirus Respiratory Tract and HIV co-infections in Patients attending the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital Ilorin, Nigeria.

Method: One Hundred and Eighty Four (184) patients were recruited with confirmed HIV positive status. Investigation was done by serology using the Human Adenovirus IgG ELISA Kit to test for the presence of the Immunoglobulin G (antibody) against the virus. This was conducted and juxtaposed simultaneously with responses received from the questionnaires provided to each participant to correlate the relationship of the co-infections to their socio-demographic factors (Age, Gender, Occupation and location of residence), risk factors (Average hours of exposure per day (time spent outdoor daily), proximity of their apartments to livestock settlements), recent occurrence of respiratory tract infections/conjunctivitis and their ART status.

Results: This study recorded a prevalent rate of 38% (70 patients) to the co-infections. Nevertheless, 62% (114 patients) tested negative to the co-infections.

Conclusion: There was statistical significance between the ages of HIV patients and Adenovirus co-infection (p<0.05). However, there was no significance with respect to gender of the subjects (p>0.05). The findings also showed that there were statistical significance for all the risk factors; Occupation, Location and Proximity to Livestock settlement, recent respiratory tract infection/conjunctivitis, and ART status in relation to Adenovirus and HIV co-infections (p<0.05).

Show MeSH

Related in: MedlinePlus

Prevalence of adenovirus infections in HIV patients by age-matching with respect to the various categories of classification by patients’ exposure rate. The p-value showed that there was no significant difference between the ages and Hours of daily exposure of HIV Patients with Adenovirus co-infection (p > 0.05).
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

License 1 - License 2
getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC4289325&req=5

Fig3: Prevalence of adenovirus infections in HIV patients by age-matching with respect to the various categories of classification by patients’ exposure rate. The p-value showed that there was no significant difference between the ages and Hours of daily exposure of HIV Patients with Adenovirus co-infection (p > 0.05).

Mentions: The total number of patients with their residence close to livestock settlements was eight (8) of which 50% were positive to Adenovirus co-infections while the remaining 50% were negative (Figure 2). Also, classification was evaluated by correlating the average hours of exposure per day with the frequency of Adenovirus co-infection occurrence in the patients. The data obtained from this grouping was matched with age. The outcome for 5–8 hours of exposure group and 9–14 hours are represented in Figure 3. The class having the highest prevalence in both cases was the 28-39years age bracket. It accounted for 46.2% of cases across the age groups for the category of 5–8 hours exposure and 47.4% in the 9-14hours category. The p-values showed that there was no significant difference between the ages and Hours of daily exposure of HIV patients with Adenovirus co-infection for both 5–8 hours and 9–13 hours exposure (p > 0.05).Figure 3


Prevalence of adenovirus respiratory tract and hiv co-infections in patients attending the University of Ilorin, teaching hospital, Ilorin, Nigeria.

Kolawole OM, Oladosu TO, Abdulkarim AA, Okoh AI - BMC Res Notes (2014)

Prevalence of adenovirus infections in HIV patients by age-matching with respect to the various categories of classification by patients’ exposure rate. The p-value showed that there was no significant difference between the ages and Hours of daily exposure of HIV Patients with Adenovirus co-infection (p > 0.05).
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

License 1 - License 2
Show All Figures
getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC4289325&req=5

Fig3: Prevalence of adenovirus infections in HIV patients by age-matching with respect to the various categories of classification by patients’ exposure rate. The p-value showed that there was no significant difference between the ages and Hours of daily exposure of HIV Patients with Adenovirus co-infection (p > 0.05).
Mentions: The total number of patients with their residence close to livestock settlements was eight (8) of which 50% were positive to Adenovirus co-infections while the remaining 50% were negative (Figure 2). Also, classification was evaluated by correlating the average hours of exposure per day with the frequency of Adenovirus co-infection occurrence in the patients. The data obtained from this grouping was matched with age. The outcome for 5–8 hours of exposure group and 9–14 hours are represented in Figure 3. The class having the highest prevalence in both cases was the 28-39years age bracket. It accounted for 46.2% of cases across the age groups for the category of 5–8 hours exposure and 47.4% in the 9-14hours category. The p-values showed that there was no significant difference between the ages and Hours of daily exposure of HIV patients with Adenovirus co-infection for both 5–8 hours and 9–13 hours exposure (p > 0.05).Figure 3

Bottom Line: One Hundred and Eighty Four (184) patients were recruited with confirmed HIV positive status.Nevertheless, 62% (114 patients) tested negative to the co-infections.However, there was no significance with respect to gender of the subjects (p>0.05).

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, Applied and Environmental Microbiology Research Group, University of Fort Hare, Alice, South Africa. tomak74@yahoo.com.

ABSTRACT

Background: Adenovirus co-infections in HIV patients cause wide-spread morbidity in sub-Saharan Africa, but little research has documented the burden and distribution of these pathogens. This study was conducted between December, 2010 and March, 2011 to investigate the prevalence of Adenovirus Respiratory Tract and HIV co-infections in Patients attending the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital Ilorin, Nigeria.

Method: One Hundred and Eighty Four (184) patients were recruited with confirmed HIV positive status. Investigation was done by serology using the Human Adenovirus IgG ELISA Kit to test for the presence of the Immunoglobulin G (antibody) against the virus. This was conducted and juxtaposed simultaneously with responses received from the questionnaires provided to each participant to correlate the relationship of the co-infections to their socio-demographic factors (Age, Gender, Occupation and location of residence), risk factors (Average hours of exposure per day (time spent outdoor daily), proximity of their apartments to livestock settlements), recent occurrence of respiratory tract infections/conjunctivitis and their ART status.

Results: This study recorded a prevalent rate of 38% (70 patients) to the co-infections. Nevertheless, 62% (114 patients) tested negative to the co-infections.

Conclusion: There was statistical significance between the ages of HIV patients and Adenovirus co-infection (p<0.05). However, there was no significance with respect to gender of the subjects (p>0.05). The findings also showed that there were statistical significance for all the risk factors; Occupation, Location and Proximity to Livestock settlement, recent respiratory tract infection/conjunctivitis, and ART status in relation to Adenovirus and HIV co-infections (p<0.05).

Show MeSH
Related in: MedlinePlus