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A community-based study was conducted to estimate the prevalence, incidence rates, precipitating factors, and outcome of BP in Qena Governorate, Egypt. Subjects and methods: A door-to-door survey was carried out, with random sampling of 10 districts, involving inhabitants, Seventeen subjects were positive in screening questionnaire and referred to Qena University hospital and were subjected to a full clinical examination, House Brackmann's Facial grading system.
It was slightly but not significantly higher among women and the rural community. The highest age-specific rate was years age.
Moreover, Sixty percent of cases had complication and poor outcome. Conclusion: The overall prevalence and incidence rates of BP in Qena governorate were high. This could be related to the variation in day and night temperature in our community and the susceptibility to air draft exposure during the night.
The high frequency of poor outcome among studied cases suggests that better local guidelines should be implemented to recognize and treat BP.
Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text Citations 3 References This could be related to variations between day and night temperatures in their community. These results suggest that the wind chill factor, which depends on both temperature and wind speed, is a novel, reliable estimator of the overall meteorological factor derived risks that influence the probability of BP occurrence.