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The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of hepatitis B infection in pregnant women and to evaluate the risk factors of hepatitis B infection. The study was conducted during the period (March to June, 2010) in Khartoum state, Sudan. A total of 160 pregnant women who presented to the labor ward or antenatal clinic of Khartoum Teaching Hospital were enrolled. Socio-demographic characteristics were gathered, in addition to obstetric history through a structured questionnaire.doi:10.17265/1548-6648/2015.02.003 fatcat:gey3osz5snccdmy32cbevuefpq