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Table 1 Characteristics population-based studies reporting prevalence of HCV in Vietnam

From: Current challenges and possible solutions to improve access to care and treatment for hepatitis C infection in Vietnam: a systematic review

Year First Author Prevalence Group Type Sample Size Reference
1998 Kakumu 1% General Population 1179 [47]
2007 Nguyen 1% General Population 837 [45]
2015 Quesada 4.7% General Population 27/571 [27]
2015 Do 3.3%
1.3%*
General population 509 [30]
2003 Tran 2% General population 334 [15]
1996 Corwin 2% General population 188 [49]
2012 Sereno 0.38–4.3% General population NAb [21]
2016 Martinello 42.5% HIV 89.452a [24]
2015 Nadol 53.3% HIV/IDU 3010 [32]
2015 Zang 88% HIV 1434 [29]
1999 Follézou >80% HIV 280 [18]
2012 Durier 22.9% HIV 110 [20]
2016 Nguyen 89% HIV 104 [26]
2016 Hser 74% HIV/IDU NAb, c [11]
2012 Sereno 95.8% HIV/IDU NAb [21]
2012 Gish 87% IDU NAb [36]
1998 Kakumu 47% Liver Disease 1179 [47]
2003 Tran 10% Liver disease 334 [15]
1996 Corwin 10% Liver Disease 188 [49]
2004 Buchy 9% Liver disease 45 [46]
2012 Gish 23% Liver disease NAb [36]
1993 Cordier 2% Hepatocarcinoma 152 [54]
2010 Bjoerkvoll 12.7% Blood donors 1305 [38]
2012 Viet 76.4% Blood Donors 1200a [40]
1994 Song 20.6% Blood Donors 491 [52]
2012 Dunford 26.6% Dialysis 8652a [37]
2016 Duong 8% Dialysis 142 [22]
2015 Duong 6% Dialysis 113 [31]
2012 Gish 54% Hemodialysis NAb [36]
2016 Nadol 28.4% MSM 1588 [25]
2012 Dunford 8.7% CSW 8652a [37]
  1. *Presence of HCV RNA
  2. aMulti countries study
  3. b NA Not applicable
  4. cEstimate