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Table 2 Health professionals reporting the existence of national general hepatitis B and C guidelines in their country

From: Identification of hepatitis B and C screening and patient management guidelines and availability of training for chronic viral hepatitis among health professionals in six European countries: results of a semi-quantitative survey

Hepatitis B guidelines UK (n = 47) DE (n = 64) NL (n = 55) HU (n = 21) IT (n = 58) ES (n = 23) Total (n = 268)
Proportion of health professionals reporting the existence 57 % 56 % 78 % 67 % 57 % 43 % 61 %
Provided name and publishera 41 % 31 % 44 % 36 % 45 % 50 % 40 %
Hepatitis C guidelines UK (n = 47) DE (n = 64) NL (n = 55) HU (n = 21) IT (n = 58) ES (n = 23) Total (n = 268)
Proportion of health professionals reporting the existence 60 % 47 % 67 % 67 % 57 % 39 % 56 %
Provided name and publisherb 39 % 37 % 51 % 29 % 45 % 44 % 42 %
  1. aPercent of the respondents who reported the existence of general hepatitis B guidelines
  2. bPercent of the respondents who reported the existence of general hepatitis C guidelines