European Journal Of Immunology and Microbiology (EJIM)
Sero-Detection of Cytomegalovirus and Rubella Virus IgG Antibodies Among Sudanese Pregnant Women in Khartoum State-Sudan
(This article belongs to Vol - 01, Issue - 01)
Cytomegalovirus and Rubella infection are the most well-known reasons for innate contaminations, which increment dreariness and mortality during childbirth and one of the normal reasons for fetus removal in creating nations. Plasma tests acquired from 87 pregnant womens, the examples were gotten from Omdurman Friendship Hospital 53(61%), AL-Saudi Specialized Hospital 21(25%) and Ultra lab Diagnostic Center 13(14%).all examples were inspected for nearness of CMV and Rubella infection IgG antibodies by utilizing an ELISA test. The outcome demonstrated that out of 87 blood tests explored, 64(73.6%) were sure for CMV, while the reslt 23(26.4%) were negative and 85(97.7%) were sure for rubella, while the reslt 2(2.3%) were negative, where was 62(71.2%) examples had both CMV and Rubella infection IgG antibodies, 25(28.8%) had either CMV or Rubella infection IgG antibodies and there was no example negative for both CMV and Rubella infection IgG antibodies. The present examination watched the high commonness rate of CMV and rubella infection IgG antibodies among pregnant ladies in Khartoum State. The degree of diseases is higher in pregnant ladies without history of unsuccessful labor than those prematurely ended ladies.