Detection of Sero-positive Anti- toxoplasmosis Anti-bodes IgG among Women in Baghdad Province

Authors

  • Abdullah Abbas Hamzah
  • Qater Al-Nada Ali Kanaem ALIbady

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i2.14550

Keywords:

Anti-toxoplasmosis antibodies (Abs), Sero-positive, IgG, ELISA, trimester period.

Abstract

A total of 83 serum samples were randomly collected from different centers in Baghdad province, the results
recorded in this study which started in July 2018 until the end of November 2018, by using one technique,
method ELISA. The results were showed increased the percentage of seropositive anti- toxoplasmosis IgG
antibodies at age groups 20 – 29 years, which were 23.9% among women infected with toxoplasmosis
comparative with other age groups. Also showed increase the percentage of sero-positive anti- toxoplasmosis
IgG Abs in urban which were 42.9% comparative with rural, which were 8.0%. Also occur increased
significantly in percentage IgG Abs in serum of affected women with toxoplasmosis in first and second
month from abortion period, which were respectively 17.8% and 16.0%. So increase these antibodies
(Abs) in serum of infected women with this disease in 1st trimester period comparative with other months.
Therefore so it was necessary to use of early diagnosis for pregnant infected women with toxoplasmosis.

Author Biographies

Abdullah Abbas Hamzah

Assist. Lecturer., College of Health and Medical Technology/Basrah/Southern Technical University/Iraq

Qater Al-Nada Ali Kanaem ALIbady

Assist. Prof., Department of Anesthesia / College of Health and Medical Technology / Middle Technical
University/ Baghdad / Iraq

Published

2021-03-24

How to Cite

Abdullah Abbas Hamzah, & Qater Al-Nada Ali Kanaem ALIbady. (2021). Detection of Sero-positive Anti- toxoplasmosis Anti-bodes IgG among Women in Baghdad Province. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(2), 1496-1502. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i2.14550