Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology / 2020 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Hepatitis B Virus Infection and Its Determinants among Pregnant Women in Ethiopia: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Table 1

Descriptions of the studies included in the current study.

Study IDStudy yearPrevalenceSampleRegionQuality

Zenebe Y, 2014 [36]20143.8318Amhara9
Desalegn Z, 2016 [41]20146215Addis Ababa8
Gedefaw G, 2019 [32]20184.7338Amhara8
Chernet A, 2017 [47]20153.5289SNNPR9
Tiruye G, 2018 [43]20176.3320Harar7
Tanga A, 2019 [45]20177.9253Gambella9
Tegegne D, 2014 [34]20123265Addis Ababa6
Ramos JM, 2011 [39]20116.1165SNNPR9
Molla S, 2015 [30]2013-20144.4384Amhara9
Umare A, 2016 [44]20156.9318Oromia9
Dabsu R, 2018 [33]20182.4421Oromia7
Temesgen A, 2020 [11]20174.5222SNNPR8
Amsalu A, 2018 [29]2015-20167.2475SNNPR6
Awole M, 2005 [37]2002-20033.7493Oromia7
Walle F, 2008 [24]20045.3209Amhara7
Desalegn Z, 2016 [40]20145.4202Oromia9
Yohanes T, 2016 [31]20154.3232SNNPR8
Fissehatsion K, 2017 [42]20145403Addis Ababa6
Metaferia Y, 2016 [35]20157.8269SNNPR8
Seid M, 2014 [23]20144.9385Amhara7
Mezgebo T, 2017 [46]20155.5328Tigray6
Schönfeld A, 2017 [38]2014-20155.3580Oromia7
Deme C, 2016 [14]20162.3574SNNPR7

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