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Scirj Volume XII, Issue I, January 2024 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th January 2024
Full Paper available from: 25th January 2024


Association of ABO blood groups with prothrombin time and activated prothrombin time of medical students of Niger Delta University, Bayelsa state
Dabirilagha O.F. , Ojeka S.O., Zabbey V.Z.

Abstract: Introduction The intricate relationship between blood group characteristics and various physiological processes has been a subject of considerable scientific interest. Among the myriad of physiological phenomena, the association between ABO blood groups and coagulation parameters, such as prothrombin time (PT) and activated partial thromboplastin time (APTT), stands out as a compelling area of investigation. Materials and method This study was a cross sectional survey-based study conducted in the Department of Human Physiology of University of Port Harcourt. The study made use of a sample size of 171 male and female undergraduate medical students of the Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State. A multi-stage (involving stratified and random sampling) sampling technique was used for the study. Results The result indicated that the females had significantly (P<0.05) higher prothrombin time (PT) than their male counterparts, while the males were found to have higher activated prothrombin time (aPPT) than their female counterparts. Again, blood group AB was found to have the highest aPPT, followed by blood group O, then group A while group B had the least. On the other hand, blood group A was found to have the prothrombin time, followed by AB, then group O while group B had the least value. Blood group B was therefore found to have the least prothrombin time and activated prothrombin time among the studied subjects. Conclusion This research has provided valuable insights into the variations in prothrombin time and activated prothrombin time among different ABO blood groups and gender.
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The Analysis of Tourist Perceptions Toward the Tourist Attractions in Larike Village at Central Maluku Regency
Zany Irayati Aunalal, Gilberth Alvin Rumalatu, Alvian Sapulette, Alexander Andarias Patty, Conny E. O. Pelamonia

Abstract: Purpose – This study aims to analyze the effect of the perception of information quality, service quality, and destination image on tourist satisfaction and to formulate alternative strategies for developing tourist destinations in Larike Village. Methodology – This research was conducted in tourist destinations in Larike Village using 297 visitors as respondents for two weeks. The survey conducted to get respondents to fill out the questionnaire was direct and through an online questionnaire. Data were collected through observation, direct interviews, focus group discussions, and questionnaires. The analysis technique uses SEM AMOS. Findings – The results of the analysis show that there is a positive and significant influence between perceptions of information quality and service quality on destination image, information quality and service quality on tourist satisfaction, and destination image perceptions on visitor satisfaction. Originality – The findings of this study show that the influence of destination image is quite important in terms of information quality and service quality on tourist satisfaction. In this study, it was found that the quality of information affects destination image which has not been tested by previous researchers.
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