6th Global Congress on Infectious Diseases & HIV/AIDS
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Accepted Abstracts

The Relationship Between Blood Groups and Driving in Iran

Majid Tajik*1, Mokhtarmalek Pour1, Seyed Jamaleddin Ghaznavi Bidgoli2
1Isfahan University, Iran
2University of Allameh Tabatabai, Iran

Citation: Tajik M, Pour M, Bidgoli SJG (2020) The Relationship Between Blood Groups and Driving in Iran. SciTech Infectious Diseases 2020. Mauritius 

Received: March 09, 2020         Accepted: March 12, 2020         Published: March 12, 2020


Scientists have come to an overall conclusion based on studies on the blood type and personality of different individuals.This is partly because of their blood type.Some believe that part of a person's personality lies in his blood type, The group says the blood group determines whether you are strong, dependent, cold or emotional.
Method:  Data used in this study were extracted from annual observations of occupational medicine medical examination centers throughout the country and contracted with the National Road Traffic Organization during 2014 and from all the inter-city drivers collected in the Road Traffic Organization system during one year. The study was analyzed. In this study, the blood groups of drivers were analyzed separately and analyzed in a descriptive manner.
Findings: The number of drivers involved in this study was 601391 with average frequency 1 and amplitude 2.
31.4% of the subjects had blood type A 35.4% had O blood type 26.4% have B blood type and 6.9% had AB blood group. In this study, blood groups were correlated with the number and distribution of drivers.
Conclusion: Multivariate analysis of variance showed that all 4 blood groups had a significant effect on driving interest at 0.05 level of significance.and Table 6 showsThis is attributed to the relative abundance of blood groups across the country and, depending on the characteristics and characteristics of people in different blood groups, they are driving a truck and an intercity bus.and there is a significant relationship between the driving profession and the blood group of individuals. Due to the frequency of road accidents in Iran and the deaths of more than 23,000 people per year and the number of injuries and disabilities many times higher.
We conclude that the dispersion ratio of the blood group of drivers AB <B <A <O is predicted to disproportionate. Therefore, it is recommended that people who are interested in choosing a driving career be selected for driving career according to the behavioral characteristics and type of blood group respectively B> A> O <AB.