A Study of Estimation and Analysis of Hepatitis B Antibody Titres in Adolescent Children Attending a Tertiary Care Hospital
Hepatitis is a general term for an inflammation of the liver due to a variety of causes including metabolic diseases, drugs, alcohol, toxins, and viruses. The hepatitis B virus (HBV) is a major cause of infectious liver disease. The present study includes to determine and compare the Hepatitis B antibody levels among immunized and unimmunized adolescents and to estimate and compare the anti HBs titres among the immunized and unimmunized adolescent children aged 10-19 years. The present study focuses on the clinical profile of the study population.