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Hiba Jasim HAMZA, Hider M. H. AL-SHIRIFI, Sumyah H. TORKI, Abbas. K. AL-MANSOORI

COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN VIDAS SYSTEM AND PCR TECHNIQUE IN DIAGNOSIS THE CMV IN ‎ABORTED WOMEN‏ ‏‎

Cytomegalovirus, also known as CMV, is one of the microorganisms responsible for the ‎highest number of miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant women around the world. It is ‎also one of the most major causes of fetal mortality. In order to evaluate the effectiveness of ‎the Vidas system and traditional PCR in the identification of cytomegalovirus in pregnant ‎women experiencing complications related to abortion, this research project was ‎designed. This study was successful in collecting sixty serum samples from female participants ‎from the Babylon province, which were then categorized. In the first group there were forty ‎women who were experiencing recurrent miscarriages. In the second group there were twenty ‎women who were healthy and served as a control. According to the findings, forty of the ‎serum samples that were analyzed using the Vidas system were positive, but only thirty of the ‎samples were positive when tested using the PCR approach. The PCR method has a higher ‎sensitivity than the Vidas system when it comes to the detection of cytomegalovirus in ‎pregnant women who have undergone an abortion‎.‎

Keywords: PCR Technique, Vidas System, CMV, Abortion

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8234.18.27


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