Evaluation Of Breathing Efficiency Of Albendazol
ASSESSMENT OF BREACHING EFFICIENCY OF ALBENDAZOLE
AT PRIMARY STUDENTS IN TAN THUA, BA TRI AND BEN TRE COMMUNES
Doctor , Duong Cong Thinh1, Truong Van Loi2,
DoTuan Hong2, Pham Thi Kim Thoa2, Tran Thi Xuyen1, Nguyen Thi Hong An1
Background: Albendazole has been widely used to treat nematodes in humans for many years, but since the 1990s there have been reports of resistant worm remedy in veterinary medicine. From this basis, we implement this topic to: Assess the effectiveness of deworming of Albendazole in primary school students in Tan Thuy, Ba Tri and Ben Tre communes from June 2012 to December 2012.
Methods: Quantitative test of eggs of worms by Kato-Katz method. Students infected with worms will be treated with Albendazole 400 mg according to the MOH regimen. After taking the medication for 14 days, the students were retested to calculate the indicators to evaluate the effectiveness of the drug
Results: 709 pupils of Tan Thuy and Ba Tri primary schools in Ben Tre province were tested. The prevalence of common worms is 7.8%, most of them are hookworm infections (77
. All were single infection (100%), the intensity of infection (98.1%). Tested after 14 days, the egg-cleaning rate for roundworm is (100%), for hair worm is (100%) and hookworm (98.0%). In case of being positive, the number of worm eggs is also greatly reduced (83
Conclusion: The majority of students study hookworm infection. Treatment with Albendazole 400 mg according to the MOH regimen is still effective.
Key words: Albendazole / deworming / Tan Thuy commune.
EVALUATE EFFECTIVENESS OF DEWORMING OF LBENDAZOLE IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN IN TAN THUY, BA TRI, BEN TRE
Doctor , Duong Cong Thinh1, Truong Van Loi2,
Do Tan Hong2, Pham Thi Kim Thoa2, Tran Thi Xuyen1, Nguyen Thi Hong An1
Background: Albendazole is widely used to treat roundworms in humans for many years However since the 90s began with reports on the phenomenon of drug for historic deworming resistance.
. From base on we perform this topic to targeted: Assessment of effective deworming of albendazole in primary school in Tan Thuy commune, Ba Tri, Ben Tre months from 6/2012 to 12/2012.
Study Objects: Evaluate effectiveness of deworming of Albendazole in primary school children
Method: Quantitative tests for number of eggs per gram feces by Kato-Katz method. Worm-infected children will be treated with Albendazole 400 mg according to the protocol of the Ministry of Health. 14 days after treatment, the children would be considered to test the indices evaluate the effectiveness of the drug
Results: 709 children of primary school in Tan Thuy, Ba Tri, BenTre were tested. Worm infection rate is 7.8% with majority were hookworm (77.8% positive cases), followed by an Ascaris (14.8%) and Trichuris (7.4%)
All positive cases are monosomy with light intensity of infection (98%), 1 case of severe infection with hookworm (1.
Reassessment was carried out after 14 days of treatment showed the effect of Albendazole is applicable and effective in eliminating Ascaris (100%), Trichuris (100%) and hookworm (cure rate: (980%). One positive case hookworm is remain after treatment also showed significantly reducing EPG (83.90%)
Keywords: Albendazole / deworm / Tan Thuy.
Infection with helminths is a public health concern of many organizations around the world because of its prevalence and harm. The disease is often found in tropical countries, difficult economic conditions, polluted environment and living habits (eating, farming) of the people. According to a survey of the National Institute of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology in 2011, the prevalence of soil-transmitted helminth infections in children aged 2-5 is high. Children are the most susceptible to intestinal worms.
The most common types of intestinal worms are: roundworms, hair worms, hookworms, many of which are infected with a combination of two or all three types of worms .
Since the 1990s, there has been reports of antimicrobial resistance in veterinary medicine, including the Benzimidazole group, which occurs in sheep production in Australia, South Africa and possibly in South America. resistance in many places exceeds 50% . In humans, there have been many reports of resistant worms in many countries in many countries, including Mebendazole of Benzimidazole group for hookworms.
In 2011, the Institute of Malaria, Parasitology and Science in Ho Chi Minh City evaluated and evaluated the effectiveness of Albendazole in treating nematode in some primary schools of Bu Gia Map district, Binh Phuoc province with the conclusion: Albendazole still works very well. Good in treating nematodes.
In recent years, in Vietnam in general, the southern region in particular Albendazole has been widely used to treat human nematodes, whether Albendazole still works with intestinal nematodes? From this basis, we conducted a survey to answer the question: "What is the current deworming effect of Albendazole in elementary school students?"
Tan Thuy Commune, Ba Tri District, Ben Tre Province is the region with the prevalence of road nematode infections. . Dịch vụ: Thiết kế website, quảng cáo google, đăng ký website bộ công thương uy tín
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