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Table 1 Obstetrical, biochemical and serological data of Central African Pregnant Women with acute viral hepatitis E

From: A fatal case of acute hepatitis E among pregnant women, Central African Republic

Patient Order Age (years) Gestational Number Parity ALAT (IU) HEV IgM HEV IgG Gestational age
(in week)
Delivery
(baby status)
Weight at birth in gram Mother status
1 21 III I 2200 Pos - 33 Premature (Macerated Stillborn) 2350 Survived
2 19 II I 1420 Pos - 28 Premature (alive) 1970 Survived
3 22 IV II 1130 Pos - 37 Premature (alive) 2630 Survived
4 35 VI V 1030 Pos - 32 Premature (Died few min later) 1400 Died
5 20 I 0 1260 Pos - 31 Premature (alive) 1600 Survived
6 20 VI III 980 Pos - 28 Premature (Stillborn) NA* Survived
7 18 II I 1380 Pos - 28 Premature (Stillborn) NA Survived
8 30 I 0 704 Neg Pos 22 Premature (Stillborn) 1000 Survived
9 35 IX VIII 940 Neg Pos 22 Miscarriage 400 Survived
10 17 II I 700 Neg Pos 40 term (alive) NA Survived
11 26 IV III 973 Neg Pos 28 Premature (alive) 1910 Survived
12 33 VIII VI 3560 Neg Pos 19 Miscarriage NA Survived
13 19 I 0 950 Neg Pos 28 Premature (alive) NA Survived
14 22 I 0 1130 Neg Pos 39 term (alive) NA Survived
15 24 IV III 1004 Neg Pos 36 Premature (alive) 1850 Survived
16 16 I 0 225 Neg Pos 32 Premature (alive) 1900 Survived
17 30 III II 110 Neg Neg 32 Premature (alive) NA Survived
18 18 I 0 340 Neg Neg 41 term (alive) NA Survived
19 20 II I 135 Neg Pos 32 Premature (alive) NA Survived
20 20 I 0 632 Neg Neg 40 term (alive) NA Survived
21 15 I 0 820 Neg Pos 40 term (alive) 2300 Survived
  1. * Not Available