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Intestinal helminthic infection among children at Lake Awassa Area, South Ethiopia

, : Intestinal helminthic infection among children at Lake Awassa Area, South Ethiopia. Ethiopian Journal of Health Development 15(1): 31-37

A cross sectional coproparasitological study was conducted during November 1998 among 150 children (age <15 years) engaged in fishing and fish processing in Awassa, Southern Ethiopia. All study subjects were screened for fish tapeworm and other intestinal helminthic infections. Faecal samples were examined microscopically using direct smear, Formol ether concentration and zinc sulfate flotation techniques. Overall prevalence for at least one helminth infection was 92.7%.


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